Hoa Binh Province: Tan Lac District develops sustainable tourism
As one of the four ancient ethnic Muong regions and the cradle of the famous Hoa Binh culture, the unique culture and peaceful landscape of Tan Lac District is an important resource to help the district develop sustainable tourism.
Green connection for tourism development
The COVID-19 pandemic has had severe consequences on global tourism. As the pandemic has been under control, and many countries have reopened their borders, tourism started to restore.  
Ha Long Bay - a natural wonder of the world with sustainable tourism development
(TITC) - Ha Long Bay was officially recognized by New7wonders as one of the new 7 natural wonders of the world on 11/11/2011. Since then, Ha Long Bay has become…
Story in Phong Nha - Ke Bang: The success based on sustainable tourism development and interests for the community
Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, a world heritage site with unique values ​​is the pride of Quang Binh Province, as well as of Viet Nam. With love, responsibility for the heritage, many beautiful stories about the process to preserve the values ​​of Phong Nha - Ke Bang have been told by the insiders.
Da Nang City with green tourism to orient sustainable development
(TITC) - In recent years, Da Nang City has focused on developing green tourism based the favorable natural conditions with mountainous areas and nice beaches. The green tourism development is considered as the right choice of the Da Nang authorities and investors when mobilizing tourism resources in mountains and sea areas to orient sustainable tourism development.
Southeast localities enhance linkages for sustainable tourism development
Provinces and cities in the Southeast should synchronously implement many measures, especially focusing on the enhancement of linkages to attract private investment and foreign direct investment (FDI) into the infrastructure for tourism development.
Quang Nam promotes sustainable tourism development
The central coastal province of Quang Nam has strived in its efforts to promote local tourism towards a sustainable model, by exploiting its heritage values combined with new ways of tourism development.  
Forum discusses solutions for sustainable tourism development
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam chaired a tourism forum in Ha Noi on December 6 to discuss major measures to develop high-quality and sustainable tourism in Viet Nam by 2030.
Hoi An preserves sustainable tourism development
Preserving intrinsic values of local cultural heritages and accelerating tourism promotion should be included in Hoi An city’s mechanisms to support sustainable tourism development, according to a local official.  
Viet Nam upholds heritages for sustainable tourism development
Viet Nam’s tangible and intangible cultural heritages are a key part of the country’s tourism, so the preservation of the heritages is crucial for sustainable tourism development.
Promoting sustainable tourism development in central provinces
The first international scientific workshop on sustainable tourism development in central provinces of Viet Nam and ASEAN was organised on June 8-9 by the Institute of Social Science of the Central Region (ISSCR) under the Viet Nam Academy of Social Sciences.  
Sustainable tourism development in heritage sites talked in Ha Noi
Sustainable tourism development in the world natural heritage sites was the focus of discussion at a talk with the media in Ha Noi on March 12.  
Measures sought for sustainable tourism development
More than 350 international and domestic experts from different sectors met to discuss sustainable tourism development at a workshop held in Long Xuyen city, the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on January 2.
Northwestern provinces boost links for sustainable tourism development
The northwestern mountainous region has huge potential and advantages for tourism development as it boasts beautiful landscapes and historical sites, rich natural resources, diverse ecology and cultures of ethnic minority groups.  
An Giang seeks sustainable tourism development
Tourism experts gathered at the workshop “An Giang Tourism - A stone into the water” in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang recently to discuss sustainable tourism development in the locality.  
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