Fri, 10/30/2020 14:59:49
News for keyword : cultural tourism

Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities plan to focus on developing cultural tourism from now until 2030, speakers at a recent workshop held by the city's Department of Culture and Sports and the Institute for Development Studies.

Viet Nam holds huge potential for cultural and spiritual tourism thanks to its diversity in terms of culture, customs and traditions, which have been shaped and practised across the nation for thousands of years.
With abundant potential and advantages in natural and ecological conditions, and cultural and historical traditions, the tourism sector of An Giang Province is having great opportunities to affirm its position on the Mekong Delta tourism map.
The Embassy of Viet Nam in Germany held a workshop in Berlin on May 24 to promote the potential of Vietnamese tourism in the country, with the participation of representatives from the Embassies of ASEAN, the Viet Nam – Germany Friendship Association, overseas Vietnamese and local students.
Travelling trends of tourists, particularly international travellers, have changed dramatically in recent years. They tend to search for natural hideaways, explore local cultural identities, and mingle with community life in destinations.
Ha Noi’s tourism sector is planning a number of activities to make breakthroughs and boost sustainable development with a focus on cultural tourism.
Inra Jaya is a Cham ethnic minority who has travelled extensively to many countries around the globe and strongly believes that tourism is the catalyst that will preserve the group’s way of life.
Ha Noi needs to develop its own brand of tourism, focusing on craft villages, eco-tourism and cultural tourism, said Nguyen Cong Hoan, the deputy director of Hanoi Redtours.
The northern province of Hung Yen should promote its cultural tourism to draw more investment and tap the full potential of its Pho Hien historical complex, said Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hoang Tuan Anh. 
The central coastal province of Ninh Thuan welcomed 378,000 tourists in the first quarter of 2014, up 41 percent from a year earlier, which is attributable to improved facilities and the promotion of marine and cultural tourism.
Nui Coc Lake, which was created from a dam built in Cong river in Dai Tu district, northern Thai Nguyen province, is well-known for its spectacular and legendary beauty and the romantic love story of a young couple.

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