What will Da Nang look like in 2050?
The Vietnamese Prime Minister signed Decision 1287 on November 2, 2023 to approve a master plan for shaping the development of Da Nang for the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2050. The city’s approved master plan is considered to be a decisive step to promote the development of urban areas and spaces to support the population surge, as well as implement the city’s medium and long-term plans to achieve its goals. It can be said that the approved master…
France wants to invest in luxury tourist old train between Hanoi, HCMC
A number of high-end fashion brands expected to organize a luxury old train between Hanoi and HCMC to serve tourists, said French Ambassador to Vietnam Olivier Brochet at a working session with…
Thai Nguyen recognizes Dong Khuan hamlet (Dai Tu district) as an ecotourism site
The People's Committee of Thai Nguyen province has just decided to recognize the ecotourism site of Dong Khuan hamlet, Hoang Nong commune, Dai Tu district. 
Binh Dinh tourism attracts Korean tourists
(TITC) - A charter flight taking tourists from Korea to Binh Dinh Province (South Central Coast of Vietnam) is expected to take off on 4th January 2024 after a 4-year hiatus. This event, along with promotional programmes coordinated by the Binh Dinh tourism industry and many Korean tourism businesses, promises to attract more Korean tourists to Binh Dinh in the coming year.
Son Tra Run Challenge 2023 - new tourism product in Da Nang
Online registration for the Son Tra Run Challenge 2023 has just been opened for runners at both home and abroad. The race has been receiving great anticipation from athletes, promising to become an unique sports tourism product in the city.
Ha Noi’s Old Quarter gearing up for Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day
The capital of Ha Noi is set to host a wide range of activities from November 18 to December 17 in the Old Quarter to mark Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day that falls on November 23.
Opportunities for Quang Nam from the tourism trends in 2024
Traveloka (Southeast Asia’s leading travel platform) has just listed the tourism trends which are expected to contribute to the strong development of Vietnam's tourism industry in 2024.
(TITC) - On 13th and 14th November 2023, the Ha Long International Cruise Port welcomes 2 luxury cruise ships respectively, carrying nearly 3,400 European and American tourists visiting Ha Long Bay and famous tourist destinations of Quang Ninh Province (North of Vietnam).
Quang Nam: Hoi An firmly on path to becoming national tourist city
Determining the importance of tourism – the key local economic sector, the Quang Nam provincial Party Committee has issued a Resolution on building and developing Hoi An City according to the orientation of an ecological - cultural - tourism city until 2030, contributing to creating favorable conditions to exploit sustainable tourism development.
Promotional programs to be launched in response to “HCMC Tourism Week”
Many travel businesses plan to offer new tours and promotional programs in response to the “HCMC Tourism Week” scheduled to take place at the beginning of December.
Products for craft village tourism in Thua Thien Hue?
Many craft villages have crossed the boundary of "self-sufficiency" and successfully commercialized their products. More specially, the famous craft villages of Thua Thien Hue can also develop tourism.
Turning Yen Tu into nation’s leading spiritual tourist destination
The Yen Tu Complex of Monuments and Landscapes, known as the ancestral land of Vietnam’s Truc Lam Zen Buddhism, was recognised as a special national relic site by the Government. Therefore, turning Yen Tu into a national cultural and spiritual tourism centre is one of the long-term and sustainable development directions that is receiving attention and investment from Quang Ninh Province and Uong Bi City.
Quang Nam tourism broadcast on Japanese TV
A film crew of TV Man Union of Japan visited several tourist destinations in Quang Nam province to make documentaries promoting the landscapes, culture, and people of Viet Nam.
Thai Nguyen: Women in Mo Ga contribute to development of community tourism
In Mo Ga hamlet, Phu Thuong commune (Vo Nhai district, Thai Nguyen province), ethnic minority women not only know how to produce agriculture, take care of children, and do housework, but also know how to develop community tourism, thus creating the economy and preserving our nation's unique culture...
Green and sustainable tourism becomes mainstream trend
In the context of increasing climate change, especially after the world faced the COVID-19 pandemic, green and sustainable tourism has become a mainstream trend chosen by a large number of tourists.
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