September 3rd as early as 8 points, the first national tour of the elderly in Qinghai Tibet Tourism Alliance arrived in Xining, marking the first half of this year, the establishment of the National Federation of the elderly in the Qinghai Tibet Tourism Alliance officially launched. Take a train to Xining, a total of 671 people, with an average age of 60 years old, then they will be rushed to the province of Qinghai Lake, Kumbum Monastery and other attractions, feel the autumn plateau style.

86 year old Li Fujun is the age of this trip to Qinghai for the largest, a train station, the old man quickly found their tour guide, waiting for the bus in the process, he still exit start exercise. As soon as he arrived in Xining, the old man was full of praise for the air in Xining."

it is understood that the activities of the tourist train by the elderly tourists in Tibet Tourism Alliance Qinghai Provincial Tourism Bureau, Xining City Tourism Bureau launched, CO hosted by Hunan Xiyanghong travel agency, Lanzhou Iron Brigade, Xining traffic travel agency. The staff of Xining City Tourism Bureau, in recent years, the Tibetan tourism line as domestic tourism golden line, received the attention of domestic and foreign tourists, the elderly Tibetan Tourism Alliance is Tibet Tourism Association the first domestic franchise in the elderly tourism market, but also the development of domestic tourism projects in the extension of the elderly.

National Tourism Association of the elderly in Qinghai Tibet tourism train into Xining, Xining and Hunan closer to the distance, and further broaden the tourist market in Xining. (author: Ma Rong)


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