A delegation of leaders and officials of the HCMC Tourism Department and the People’s Committee of District 1 led by Secretary of the Party Committee of the city Nguyen Van Nen visited the district’s historical sites related to the “Biet Dong Sai Gon” (Sai Gon Rangers) that contributed to the southern liberation and national reunification on October 30.
An unforgettable sacred moment for Langbiang world biosphere reservation site.
The Mekong Delta is a key agricultural region of the country with an ecosystem characterised by interlaced rivers and canals . To promote its potential, many localities have shifted towards developing environmentally friendly agrotourism activities.
Located about 15km southeast from the centre of Lai Chau City, the Ban Tham tourist area in Ban Hon Commune, Tam Duong District, Lai Chau Province, has risen into an interesting destination. In addition to the beauty of the dense forest, flower valleys, tea fields, and magnificent caves, the area is also attractive to tourists thanks to the unique culture of the local Lu ethnic group.
The moutainous district of Binh Lieu has currently decided to develop community-based tourism by taking the advantage of its cultural and natural potentials and strengths, contributing to the locality’s economic, social and cultural development.
Hanoi has advantages to develop urban, ecological and high-tech agriculture to adapt to climate change as well as increase the value of agricultural products. Thach That is one of six districts selected to build a pilot agricultural and rural tourism model toward green, responsible and sustainable development in the 2022-2025 period.
The Mekong Delta has 43 sites that have been recognized as typical tourist attractions. Most of them are ecotourism gardens allowing visitors to undergo farming experiences.
Developing the cultural tourism and heritage tourism, or promoting cultural values associated with sustainable tourism development, are important tasks that Da Nang has set in its cultural development plans and strategies in the coming years.
The World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) considers Southeast Asia the 4th largest international tourist attraction in the world and Viet Nam is one of the 10 countries with the fastest tourism growth.
The first mural zone was introduced at Man Thai Ward – an ancient fishing village since 1735 – in the Son Tra peninsula after five months of decoration, setting up the development of a community-based tourism project.