The city’s Department of Tourism attributed the result to the city’s strengths in transport and tourism service infrastructure, readiness to apply advanced information and technology as well as environmental sustainability.

The rankings, released on January 18 by the National Tourism Advisory Board and the Private Economic Development Research Board, measured 15 tourist destinations across Vietnam based on factors including business environment, infrastructure, sustainable development, natural and cultural resources.

Da Nang gained an overall score of 4.7 points, followed by Quang Ninh, Khanh Hoa, Quang Nam, and Thua Thien-Hue.

Da Nang’s Department of Tourism said the ranking will help the local tourism industry continue to improve quality and overcome the shortcomings. In the coming time, Da Nang hopes to resume commercial flights soon, expand tourism space and diversify products to keep tourists stay longer when coming to the central region./.