Removing ‘bottlenecks’ for Mekong Delta tourism Travel

Removing ‘bottlenecks’ for Mekong Delta tourism

The Mekong Delta has been known far and wide for long as a magnet to tourists thanks to its green space and orchards, crisscrossed by canals. Advantageous in geographic location and resources, yet local tourism sectors still fail to create a breakthrough growth matching the potential of the region.
Exploring nine Ramsar sites of Vietnam Environment

Exploring nine Ramsar sites of Vietnam

Vietnam became a member of the Ramsar Convention in 1989. So far, nine wetlands in the country have been recognised as Ramsar sites – wetlands of international importance.
Long An to increase aquaculture area in 2018 Business

Long An to increase aquaculture area in 2018

The Mekong Delta province of Long An plans to increase its aquatic farming area by 200 hectares to approximately 9,200 hectares and expects to produce 52,550 tonnes of aquatic products this year.
 Rare birds, tourists flock to Tram Chim Park Environment

Rare birds, tourists flock to Tram Chim Park

Located in the wetlands of the Plain of Reeds in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap, Tram Chim National Park is known for its spectacular diversity of bird species, attracting bird-watchers year-round.
Mekong delta prepares for dry season Society

Mekong delta prepares for dry season

Many provinces in the Mekong Delta are taking measures to secure freshwater for farming and household use since drought and saltwater intrusion is expected to be severe in the 2016-17 dry season.