From January 11 to 13, the program of "My Dear Hosts of Home-stays" was held for celebrating the 40th anniversary of the reform and opening up in the country side of Changsha County, Hunan Province.
Huirun International Camping Base, Changsha County .
A home-stay in Xifu Village .
Ma Jia take the guests to catch a pig , and it is a picture of new year.
Baiguanyeji is preparing a picnic for the guests.
Gu Chendi and villagers worked together to make dumplings for the guests.
Stars' experience of being hosts has come to an end. In the afternoon, everyone gathered at the camping base to share the feelings of these two days.
Celebrities came to Changsha County for being hosts of home-stays in Changsha County. They are Ma Jia, a mainland male singer, Baiguanyeji, a well-known blogger of Chinese hisitory and Gu Chendi, a host of Global Travel KOL.
From January 11 to 13, the program of "My Dear Hosts of Home-stays" was held for celebrating the 40th anniversary of the reform and opening up in the country side of Changsha County, Hunan Province. Ma Jia, Baiguanyeji and Gu Chen came to Changsha County for being hosts of home-stays in Changsha , at Huirun Camping Base in Kaihui County, A home-stay in Xifu Village, and Huirun Home-stay in Gaoqiao Town. They acted as hosts to find long-lost rural atmosphere of new year.
The event was hosted by Changsha County People's Government and Changsha County Tourism Bureau. It was organiziedby Rednet, co-organized by Changsha County Kaihui Town People's Government, Gaoqiao Town People's Government, Xifu Village, Jinqiao Village and Changsha Huirun Rural Hotel Management Co., Ltd.
In addition to the three celebrity, there are also guests from Hunan, Jiangxi, Anhui, Jiangsu.
Changsha County is known as the Hunan's First County, and it is one of"18 regional reform and opening up regions”. It ranks the 5th among the “Top 100 Counties” in China in 2018. It has the unique rural resources such as the beautiful ecological environment with a batch of home-stays.
In August 2018, Changsha County issued the "Three-Year Action Plan for the Development of Tourism Home-stays", which encourages towns and villages to combine landscapes and pastoral styles for creating another 150 tourist homes demonstration sites and 6 home-stay demonstration villages.