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Ancient village in Pu'er brings in tourists
Yunnan Gateway 2019-02-12 15:56:55

 

During the just-concluded Spring Festival, the Nakeli village in southwest Yunnan’s Pu'er City drew in numerous tourists.



 

Nakeli used to be a trading stop on the ancient Tea-Horse Road. In recent years, the villagers have thrived on rural tourism, making full use of local Pu'er tea culture.




 

Source: Xinhua Net; trans-editing by Wang Shixue


 
 
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