Vietnam upholds heritages for sustainable tourism development

Vietnam’s tangible and intangible cultural heritages are a key part of the country’s tourism, so the preservation of the heritages is crucial for sustainable tourism development.

Casting away from a village of stilt houses

For those interested in ethnic groups’ culture and green space, Thái Hải Stilt House Preservation & Ecological Tourism Village is an ideal destination.

Breakthrough for green city

The Urban Area Development Class II Project (Green City) will help Hue improve its transport infrastructure, becoming eco-friendlier and adapting to climate change.

A trekking tour to primeval forests

The tour guide informs that tomorrow the tourists are going to embark on a trekking tour to A Roang primeval forests - vast and seemingly endless primeval forests.

Era of Hue cyclos

Renovation of tourism products to develop Hue tourism, including Hue cyclos, is highly interested by the province. This not only improves the image of Hue tourism, but also helps cyclo drivers live by this type of rudimentary transportation.

500 year-old village faces preservation conundrum

Though they face each other across the Ô Lâu River, the old village of Hội Kỳ in Quảng Trị Province has had very different fortunes from its sister village Phước Tích in Thừa Thiên-Huế Province.

15th UNWTO Awards to recognize innovation and sustainability in tourism, applications open

Promoting innovation, job creation and sustainability are key considerations for the 15th World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Awards. UNWTO invites submissions until 31 October 2018.

Community-based tourism improves local lives in Thanh Hóa

Precede: Community-based tourism has attracted an increasing number of tourists to Bá Thước District in the central province of Thanh Hóa. Here, visitors enjoy the picturesque natural scenery and get immersed in local life. The new tourism model has also provided locals with higher income and improved their lives.

Lam Dong province develops agritourism

The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong is home to 35 agrotourism sites, a figure expected to rapidly increase in the years to come.

Hoa Binh seeks to promote tourism development in upland areas

A fact-finding trip was organised to explore potential for tourism development in mountainous Lung Van commune in the northern province of Hoa Binh’s Tan Lac district.