Community-based tourism is a type of tourism bringing sustainable economic development benefits to Dong Thap province, which has been renowned for spectacular lush tropical orchards, gorgeous fields of lotus blossoms, and amazing dishes.
Nature has granted Long An province Lang Sen land area, where it plays an important role in regulating water and reducing the impact of climate change for the Dong Thap Muoi area as well as the downstream area of the Mekong River Delta. Lang Sen Wetland Reserve, a unique destination for tourists, has been recognised as the world's Ramsar site.
The number of people coming to Vietnam combining business with tourism has increased significantly in recent times, and is one of the reasons for arrival numbers to jump in recent years.
The Prime Minister has approved the planning tasks regarding the development of the Mau Son national tourism site in the northern province of Lang Son to 2040.
The southernmost province of Ca Mau has taken steps to tap into its potential and make the most of its advantages towards speeding up tourism development.
The Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang’s investments in tourism infrastructure are paying off with a rising number of domestic and foreign tourists travelling to the province.
Some 2.4 million visitors embarked on a range of unique farm tours in Da Lat in the central-highlands province of Lam Dong during the first four months of the year, a rise of 10 per cent against the same period last year.
Hoi An officials have taken exception to Da Nang’s unilateral promotion, saying Cham Island’s biosphere reserve will be threatened.
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.