Lao Cai to welcome 4 million tourists in 2022 Travel

Lao Cai to welcome 4 million tourists in 2022

The northern mountainous province of Lao Cai is working to host some 4 million visitors and get more than 15 trillion VND (657.6 million USD) from tourism in 2022, according to its freshly issued culture-tourism development plan for 2020 – 2025.
Sa Pa welcomes nearly 20,000 visitors during New Year holidays Travel

Sa Pa welcomes nearly 20,000 visitors during New Year holidays

Sa Pa township – a famous tourist destination in the northern province of Lao Cai welcomed 17,346 visitors during the three-day solar New Year holiday (January 1-3), according to head of the Culture-Information Office of the township Hoang Thi Vuong.
Sa Pa resort welcomes 65,000 visitors during New Year holiday Videos

Sa Pa resort welcomes 65,000 visitors during New Year holiday

The resort town of Sa Pa in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai received approximately 65,000 arrivals over three days during the New Year holiday.This is equivalent to 95 percent of the last year’s figure, but is a good signal for recovery of the local tourism sector.
Tourism stimulus programme launched in Sa Pa Travel

Tourism stimulus programme launched in Sa Pa

The People's Committee of Sa Pa township in northern Lao Cai province has cooperated with the Sa Pa Tourism Association and the Fansipan Cable Car Service Co. Ltd. to kick off a tourism stimulus programme.
Nearly 81,000 people visits Sa Pa on holiday Travel

Nearly 81,000 people visits Sa Pa on holiday

Sa Pa district in the mountainous province of Lao Cai welcomed a record of close to 81,000 visitors during the five-day national holiday from April 27 to May 1, up 18 percent from the same period last year.
Sa Pa tourism enjoys good start in New Year Travel

Sa Pa tourism enjoys good start in New Year

Sa Pa town in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai welcomed more than 77,000 visitors in the nine-day Lunar New Year holiday from February 2-10, up 17 percent over the same time in 2018, including 7,600 foreign tourists.