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Hai Phong: Modern infrastructure deemed prerequisite for tourism growth

After the sea-crossing bridge of Tan Vu – Lach Huyen opened on September 2, 2017, tourist arrivals in Cat Ba island district of northern Hai Phong city surged by 150 percent year on year from then to May 2018.

Royal palace to be restored to glory

 Hue city, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, has announced plans to restore a palace in the former royal citadel in an attempt to give visitors a glimpse at how the former kings of the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) lived.

Thua Thien-Hue: Tourism revenue surges 32 percent

The central coastal province of Thua Thien-Hue earned 2.66 trillion VND (114.38 million USD) from tourism in the first seven months of the year, a year-on-year surge of over 32 percent.

Lac Thuy district strives to make tourism become a key economic sector

(HBO) - Tourism is considered as one of the advantageous economic sector in Lac Thuy district, especially spiritual tourism. This is also considered as one of the key economic sectors that bring great revenue to the local budget. However, in order to exploit this advantage, the district has faced with some difficulties, especially in terms of infrastructure. Therefore, the priority of improving this issue is being paid attention by Lac Thuy district.

Da Bac district develops community – based tourism

(HBO) - Da Bac district is 15 km away from Hoa Binh city with abundant natural tourist resources such as: Phu Canh Nature Reserve Area, Ta Khop Waterfall, Than Cave, Lao Stream, Mua Cave, Sung Cave, Bieu Mountain, Lo Lan Cave, Hien Luong Bay, etc. Da Bac has hamlets of Ke, Da Bia, Sung, Mo Hem, Nhap, Ranh, etc. preserving unique cultural identities of ethnic minorities of Muong, Dao, Tay, etc. Those are the favorable conditions for tourism development, especially the development of community-based tourism.

Vietnam, Indonesia discuss tourism cooperation

Vietnamese Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Sanh Chau attended a workshop with representatives of Indonesian tourism authorities to discuss ways to promote tourism and share experiences of developing tourism at UNESCO World Heritage sites in Bali on July 30.