RDFZ Xishan School, Beijing 100193, China
Rural B&B tourism is not only the main mode of rural tourism, but also an indispensable part of rural tourism, which is closely related to the construction of ecological civilization. At present, in the process of accelerating the construction of ecological civilization, as an indispensable part of the construction of beautiful countryside, rural B&B tourism has become a topic valued by all sectors of society and a hot tourism model at present. Based on this, from the perspective of ecological civilization construction, this paper discusses the organic combination of rural B&B tourism and ecological civilization construction, in order to promote their coordinated development and better achieve the goal of building a beautiful China.
Ecological civilization construction; Ecological civilization; Rural B&B; B&B Tourism
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