First youth-owned homestay facility in Mu Cang Chai debuts

  •  Thursday, February 27, 2020

The Hello Mu Cang Chai Trade and Services Company Limited was inaugurated in La Pan Tan commune of Yen Bai province’s Mu Cang Chai district on February 25.

Leaders of the district present flowers to Hello Mu Cang Chai company.
Leaders of the district present flowers to Hello Mu Cang Chai company.

It is the first firm providing homestay services in the district and managed by a young entrepreneur.

The company originated in the community-based tourism model launched in 2017 by local Giang A De. After two years, foreign tourists accounted for 80 percent of the facility’s guests.

At present, the newly-established company creates stable jobs for 10 local residents. 

Thu Trang

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