22 villages in East China’s Anhui province were selected as national key rural tourism-oriented villages for 2020, bringing the provincial total to 34.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the National Development and Reform Commission jointly released a list of the second batch of national key rural tourism-oriented villages. Up to 680 villages nationwide made the cut.
The key villages in Anhui are Maying village in Changfeng county, Changchong village in Lujiang county, Liuyuan village in Lieshan district, Yaowang village in Qiaocheng district, Huishan village in Guoyang county, Chaiying village in Mingguang city, Dawan village in Jinzhai county, Duigushan village in Huoshan county, Jinzhuping village in Huoshan county, Hongshan village in Jin’an district, Taohua village in Dangtu county, Aili village in Nanling county, Henglangshan village in Wuhu county, Shangcun village in Jixi county, Jiangcun village in Jingde village, Liqiao village in Yi’an district, Guanzhuang village in Qianshan city, Chengkan village in Huizhou district, Shancha village in Huangshan district, Xidi village in Yixian county, Tachuan village in Yixian county and Zuyuan village in Xiuning county.
The national key rural tourism-oriented villages will enjoy increased support from local governments in fields like capital, market and talent.