China's National Tourism Administration (CNTA) recently released a Guideline for the Construction of 'All-for-One Tourism' Demonstration Zones, leading to a new wave of "toilet revolution" covering urban and rural areas across the country.
In the guideline, the CNTA calls for the improvement of rural tourism, overall alteration of toilets in resort towns and the installation of unisex public toilets at 5A scenic spots, as well as providing adequate, clean and free public toilets with effective management at tourist attractions, resorts and rural tourism spots.
In addition, intelligence services and supervision systems in tourist attractions are also highlighted in the guideline.
Different from traditional tourism, 'all-for-one tourism' shows that tourist destinations reorganize the tourism resources, which is a new development trend that meets the consumption needs of Chinese people against the backdrop of a new economy and society.
'All-for-one tourism' was first mentioned by Premier Li Keqiang in this year's Report on the Work of the Government.
(Source: China Women's News / Translated and edited by Gender Study Network)
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