In the whole of Jiuzhaigou ours is the only authentic Tibetan home-stay. Just like at home, breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in the price.
Our family started welcoming guests to our home in Shang Si Zhai Valley in May 2009. We also run a Tibetan restaurant called A Bu Lu Zi near the entrance to the national park.
Shang Si Zhai Valley is about a 15 minute drive from the park entrance. We can collect you from the park and bus station for free.
My brother, Ke Zhu, is a highly trained chef of Tibetan and Chinese cuisine and he also offers cooking classes in our home in the morning and afternoon. He can teach you how to cook traditional and modern Tibetan food.
What the Lonely Planet China, May 2001 Edition says:
A genuine Tibetan homestay, this beautifully decorated wood cabin in a tiny village about 10km up the valley from the main park has three simple rooms and a wonderfully accommodating family. The lovely Zhuo Ma speaks some English and is on hand to welcome foreign guests. Her mother (amma) is the host and cooks the meals along with Zhuo Ma's brother Ke Zhu, a Lhasa-trained chef who prepares the food at the family's restaurant, Abu Luzi. There's a common bathroom with shower, and prices include three meals a day.
If rooms are full, Zhuo Ma's neighbours offer spillover accommodation, although without a shower.