Cangshan and Erhai “hand in hand” Potala Palace, Yunnan Dali held a tourism promotion in Lhasa
China News Service, Lhasa, June 11 (Reporter Jiang Feibo) On June 11, a cultural tourism promotion conference hosted by Yunnan Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture was held in Lhasa, 3650 meters above sea level. Li Zepeng, Vice Governor of Dali Prefecture recommended on the spot Scenery of Dali: “Cangshan is not a painting for thousands of years, and Erhai has no strings and Wanguqin” “Wind, snow and moon, a city with mountains and waters”.
The picture shows the scene of the promotion meeting, Dali Prefecture brought the Bai nationality song and dance “Butterfly Springside”. Photo by Jiang Feibo
Lhasa Deputy Mayor Zhang Yonglin said in a speech that the cultural tourism industry has become a pillar industry and a leading industry that supports the high-quality development of Lhasa, and has become an industry that enriches people’s employment and income for the people of all ethnic groups. Lhasa and Dali, as the historical ties of ethnic communication and the main nodes on the Yunnan-Tibet tourist route, have always maintained close contacts and continued good cooperation. This promotion will start a new journey of all-round cooperation between the two places and create a new pattern of mutually beneficial cooperation in cultural tourism.
The picture shows the scenery of the ancient city of Dali. Photo courtesy of Dali Tourism Distribution Center
Li Zepeng said that Tibet has the world-famous Mount Everest, the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon, the world’s largest canyon, and the fascinating “sacred mountain and holy lake”. The virgin forest in Tibet, the majestic Potala Palace (referred to as the Cloth Palace), unique temple buildings, unique folk customs, etc. These natural and cultural landscapes constitute a tourism resource that is very different from any other place in the world.
p >The data picture shows the Erhai Ecological Corridor in Dali, Yunnan. Photo by Xu Jun
“We sincerely hope to further enhance cooperation consensus with Lhasa, give full play to our respective advantages, strengthen exchanges, and conduct extensive cooperation in air routes, trade, tourism, agriculture, culture, education, health and other fields. Create a better future for the two places.” Li Zepeng invited the people of Lhasa to Dali for sightseeing and leisure on the spot. (End)