As a leading attractive destination in the region, Viet Nam has seen spectacular and strong growths in tourism and defined green tourism as a ‘key’ for the sector’s sustainable development.
A rising trend among visitors to Viet Nam is that of escaping the noisy urban areas and finding peace and tranquility in a rural space, enjoying the fresh air, dishes cooked by local people and altogether slower pace of life. Responding to the increasing demand, tourism operators have been offering guidance to local people to help them harness this opportunity.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued a decision approving the planning of the Moc Chau national tourist site in the northern mountainous province of Son La by 2030.
Bold Outline, an amalgamation of pop culture, fashion, travel, art, and leisure, has just named Sapa in Lao Cai province the number one town on its beautiful offbeat destinations you should visit before they become crowded with tourists.
The west bank of the Hong (Red) River in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district is famous for its traditional flower villages – Tu Lien, Nhat Tan, Quang An and Phu Thuong.
A strategy to develop tourism in the Mekong Delta adapted to climate change is being built, aiming to fully tap local potential.
As the largest sea port in Vietnam’s northern region, Hai Phong city boasts huge potential for maritime economic development, especially sea and island tourism.
The Xuan Son National Park in northern Phu Tho province’s Tan Son district is developing community tourism services to attract more tourists.
With the vitality and determination of youth, ethnic young men Ly Xa Xuy and Giang A Chu, both 28, have worked to promote their homeland’s tourism in northern Vietnam.
The west bank of the Hồng (Red) River in Hà Nội’s Tây Hồ District is famous for its traditional flower villages – Tứ Liên, Nhật Tân, Quảng An and Phú Thượng.