Daqing Rural Experiential Tourism Project Development

Xiaochun SUN


Daqing City, as the resource city with petroleum industry as its main industry, it’s essential for its industrial structure adjustment and city transition to develop the experiencing tourist in rural area. On the basis of the elaboration of the rural experience tourism resources of the city of Daqing, ASEB analysis is conducted on the rural experience tourism resources of the city of Daqing to explore the principles, directions, contents and strategies of project development. The development direction of the rural experience tourism projects in Daqing City should first identify the development goal of best quality, and then have the diversified development route; The development of the project should focused on picking experiencing tourism project, high-tech agriculture experiencing project and national customs experiencing tourism project by taking advantage of the resources in Daqing; the development strategies should exactly position the market, fully excavate experience connotation, and enrich experience environment.


Daqing; ASEB analysis; Development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7075


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