(TITC) - Dak Nong Geopark established in December 2015 stretches over an area of 4,760 square kilometers, including districts of Krong No, Cu Jut, Dak Mil, Dak Song, Dak G'long and Gia Nghia City belonging to Dak Nong Province in the Central Highlands of Viet Nam. With typical values of geology, geomorphology, archeology, culture and biodiversity, Dak Nong Geopark was recognized by UNESCO as a Global Geopark in July 2020, which promises to become a highlight to attract domestical and international visitors coming to the Central Highlands Region and also Dak Nong Province.
(TITC) - In order to recover growth momentum of tourism, Khanh Hoa Department of Tourism has just issued a plan of tourism stimulus to attract key tourist markets in 2021.
The tourism sector in the southern province of Binh Thuan has made great strides in recent times to upgrade tourism products and provide visitors with a fresh experience in an effort to attract greater numbers of domestic tourists, especially those travelling from the northern region.
The Vietnam Tourism Association and Hanoi Department of Tourism are set to co-ordinate efforts to organise the national tourism forum in April which will be held in Hanoi in an effort to seek solutions and attract greater tourist numbers in the near future.
Ecotourism development has been deemed a sustainable and realistic means of effectively preserving bird parks in the southernmost province of Ca Mau and of harmonising the interests of households managing the parks.
The tourism sector in Ho Chi Minh City is planning to implement digitalization on tourist attractions in the city this year, said Director of the Department of Tourism Nguyen Thi Anh Hoa yesterday.
The Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang is planning to develop eco-tourism in the U Minh Thuong National Park into an important service sector through making the most appropriate use of the forest’s potential.
Da Nang, the biggest tourist destination in central Vietnam, is poised to launch pilot programme known as "Da Nang By Night" that will aim to restore tourism activities and services in the aftermath of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho is anticipated to implement a range of green tourism projects and set up models for waste collection on the river as part of key tasks aimed at both preserving and developing tourism activities at the Cai Rang floating market.
A month ago, the country’s tourism sector made preparations for the tourism “season” during in advance of the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday and spring of 2021, with the hope of recovering somewhat following a year of heavy losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.