Sea-based tourism contributing greatly to economy Videos

Sea-based tourism contributing greatly to economy

To develop tourism quickly and in a sustainable manner, Vietnam has defined island and sea tourism as a breakthrough measure in the development of the marine economy. Island and sea tourism now accounts for 70% of tourism activities in the country and has become a driving force for Vietnam’s tourism development, contributing significantly to turning it into a spearhead economic sector.
Quang Ngai farmers go organic Business

Quang Ngai farmers go organic

Farmers in central Quang Ngai province have come up with many ideas to protect their vegetable gardens from insects without using pesticides.
Stunning vista of Ly Son Island Travel

Stunning vista of Ly Son Island

Located 30 kilometres from the central province of Quang Ngai’s Sa Ky port, Ly Son Island has gained growing reputation amongst both domestic and foreign tourists. Besides, it is probably the one place on earth where people will never find any vampires as this is the Kingdom of Garlic.
Ly Son garlic receives certificate of geographical indication Videos

Ly Son garlic receives certificate of geographical indication

The Ministry of Science and Technology’s National Intellectual Property Office handed over a certificate to the People’s Committee of Ly Son island district recognising its specialty garlic with a geographical indication during a ceremony on July 5.
Geographical indication given to Ly Son garlic Business

Geographical indication given to Ly Son garlic

The Ministry of Science and Technology’s National Intellectual Property Office handed over a certificate to the People’s Committee of Ly Son island district recognising its specialty garlic with a geographical indication (GI) during a ceremony on July 5.
Zero-waste communities start to emerge in Hoi An Environment

Zero-waste communities start to emerge in Hoi An

Reserving a 2,600sq.m garden in Dong Na village in Cam Ha commune – a farming intensive suburban area of Hoi An – local farmers and businesses have joined hands to debut the first zero-waste agriculture and tourism zone in promoting ‘green’ tourism product in the tourism hub.
Son La province expands organic farming Business

Son La province expands organic farming

The northern mountainous province of Son La has emerged as a leading grower of fruit in recent years thanks to its well-chosen policy of moving in the direction of organic farming.
Five sea creatures to be conserved in Ly Son island Environment

Five sea creatures to be conserved in Ly Son island

The Management Board of Ly Son Marine Protected Area (MPA) has proposed a gene protection programme for five endangered sea creatures, namely mummy fish, or sea cucumber (holothurian nobilis), abalone (haliotis sorenseni), tropical rock lobster (panulirus ornatus), maxima clam (tridacna maxima) and red seaweed (laurencia intermedia), which have been over-fished in waters off the island.