Cao Pha (Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai) to develop tourism towards the goal of sustainability

(TITC) - Since 2018, four homestays named Quan Pom, Kien Panh, Quyet Doan, Khau Pha House of indigenous Thai families in Cao Pha commune, Mu Cang Chai district, Yen Bai province have been guided by KPF - Khau Pha Friends how provide tourism services in a thoughtful manner, towards the goal of sustainable tourism development in the area.

Developing agricultural and rural tourist sites in Ha Noi

(TITC) - Besides the advantages of culture, history, architecture and landscape, Ha Noi has great potential for developing agricultural and rural tourism. The development of agricultural and rural tourism in the direction of green and sustainable growth in Ha Noi is in line with the current trend.

Ha Noi: Beekeeping model for experiential tourism in Son Tay Town

(TITC) - In the middle of a sunny summer day, the delegation visited Mr. Nguyen Xuan Quyen's house at 46, Long Ho village, Kim Son commune, Son Tay town, Ha Noi. The small house is located in the middle of a mature garden with crawling trees to ease the summer heat.

An Phu Farm - ideal venue to experience tourism combined with clean agricultural production

As one of the two models approved by the Hoa Vang District People's Committee for exploiting tourism services in combination with agricultural, forestry and aquaculture development on a trial basis, the An Phu Farm in Hoa Phu Commune has been very attractive to visitors who want to experience the growing of organic vegetables and fruit trees, and caring for livestock.

Relying on the community to develop sustainable tourism

On the occasion of the scientific workshop "Research on building a specific model of community-based tourism (CBT) associated with conservation of Hon Yen coral reef and Da Dia complex of Phu Yen province" just held in Phu Yen, Mr Nguyen Van My, Chairman of the Members' Council of Lua Viet Tourism Co., Ltd., a member of the workshop had discussions with Phu Yen Newspaper around the development of local CBT.

Green tourism in Truong Son Range

The 1,100km Truong Son mountain range stretches across 21 provinces in Vietnam, including Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Quang Tri, and Thua Thien Hue, as well as parts of Laos and Cambodia. Taking advantage of the majestic landscapes and cultural diversity of local ethnic groups, Vietnam’s central provinces have developed green tourism models that attract large numbers of travelers.

Hoi An artisans spread Vietnamese bamboo products to the world

(TITC) - Located right next to Cua Dai Bridge, in Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Mr. Vo Tan Tan's Taboo Bamboo workshop attracts tourists because of the uniqueness of bamboo products. With materials from bamboo, he creates highly applicable and environmentally friendly products, and also contributes to preserving the craft village.

Quang Nam: Green tourism in mountainous areas

Mountainous areas from Quang Nam to Quang Binh provinces are developing green tourism based on local natural and cultural values.

Promoting values of heritages in Da Nang

As a land with a long tradition, and cultural and historical values accumulated over thousands of years, Ngu Hanh Son District in Da Nang converges many factors to become an attractive destination for tourists thanks to its special natural scenery, and spiritual festivals and cultural events. The preservation and promotion of the value of each heritage will create a development lever for the district, and the city as a whole.

Quang Nam, Vietnam in top 4 Asia sustainable destinations for Travel Green List

(TITC) - Wanderlust (the UK) gave out their top 4 sustainable destinations in Asia in their Travel Green List. Quang Nam Province (Vietnam) is named in the list.