Distinct from the hustle and bustle town of Sapa, the Ta Van - Lao Chai valley is a peaceful and gentle place for travellers who love to explore nature as well as the life of the highland people.
The famous town in central Vietnam will unveil its fleet of around 50 environmentally friendly buses in January.
The Lam Dong Province People's Committee on Sunday unveiled a plan for the "Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through efforts to reduce deforestation and forest degradation, sustainable management of forest resources, conservation and enhancement of forest carbon stocks" to be implemented through 2020.
Residents of the capital city will be able to exchange nylon bags for li xi (lucky money) envelopes made from recycled materials next week.
“Hi, I’m Freeda – the fish from Furama Resort Danang. Can you help me protect my home? If you can, then please put me on the bed, then we will change your bed linen. Thank you.” That’s Freeda – the fish who has been put in every room at the Furama Resort Danang. Her daily message for guests is part of Furama Resort’s drive towards becoming the ultimate green hotel in Vietnam. The Furama had already cemented its reputation as a stunning beachfront location on one of Vietnam’s finest beaches.
Environmentally friendly products and production methods are attracting both local customers and foreign importers, according to experts.