Mon, 01/25/2021 14:51:02
News for keyword : Binh Thuan

Mui Ne in Binh Thuan province, on Vietnam’s south central coast, has been officially recognized as a national tourism area.

A recognition decision for the Mui Ne national tourist site was announced at a ceremony in Phan Thiet city, the southern central province of Binh Thuan, on October 24.
Over 200 experts, researchers and managers from departments of culture, sports and tourism nationwide gathered at a workshop on national tourism area management, which was held in the central-south province of Binh Thuan on October 24.
The 2020 Kate festival is scheduled to take place in Phan Thiet city of the south central province of Binh Thuan on October 15-16, the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has announced.
The Prime Minister has approved the piloting of open-top double-decker tour bus services in the two provinces of Binh Thuan and Ba Ria-Vung Tau.
Locals call it “rang muc”, or the flesh on the head of a squid, and Phan Thiet has made it a specialty for its delicious taste and interesting texture.
South-central Binh Thuan province will further promote its image as a tourism destination, with particular attention being paid to safety in association with the COVID-19 epidemic, in an effort to revive a local tourism industry severely affected by the pandemic.
The south-central coastal province of Binh Thuan is looking to turn Mui Ne beach resort town into one of the leading tourist spots in Asia-Pacific by 2030.
Authorities of the south-central coastal province of Binh Thuan on March 3 announced a tourism stimulus programme titled “Oh Wow! Mui Ne”, in a bid to attract more tourists to the province.
The south central province of Binh Thuan aims to lure more than 7 million visitors, including 850,000 foreigners, in 2020.
Tourists visiting the south central province of Binh Thuan will be able to enjoy a new experience following the recent launch of tours to dragon fruit gardens, reported The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).

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