Ancient city seeks ways to improve tourism quality Travel

Ancient city seeks ways to improve tourism quality

The ancient city of Hoi An is being challenged by mass tourism, traffic congestion, underdeveloped waste management, vendors, street food quality and poor design and operation of homestays that have badly impacted the UNESCO-recognised World Heritage Site.
Lung Cu flagpole a sight to behold Destinations

Lung Cu flagpole a sight to behold

The northernmost province of Ha Giang is beautiful at any time of year, with endless scenery to entertain and inspire visitors. While some travel far and wide across the province, for many Lung Cu flagpole is one milestone not to be missed.
Thailand targets 10 percent growth in tourism in 2020 World

Thailand targets 10 percent growth in tourism in 2020

Thailand will focus on developing responsible tourism with the aim of fulfilling the target of a 10 percent growth rate and 3.71 trillion baht (120 billion USD) in revenue in 2020, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Governor Yuthasak Supasorn has said.
The future of homestays in Vietnam Travel

The future of homestays in Vietnam

The number of people coming to Vietnam combining business with tourism has increased significantly in recent times, and is one of the reasons for arrival numbers to jump in recent years.
Lao Cai ethnics join in promoting tourism Videos

Lao Cai ethnics join in promoting tourism

In recent years, local ethnic minorities in the northern mountainous provinces have joined in developing community tourism, which has helped them improve their living conditions.
Dong Van Plateau looks to boost local tourism Videos

Dong Van Plateau looks to boost local tourism

Since 2015, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has witnessed an annual rise of 10 percent in the number of tourists. This is attributable to the recognition of the Dong Van Karst Plateau
Da Bac tourism: progress initiated by pioneers Travel

Da Bac tourism: progress initiated by pioneers

After four years, homestay developers, especially women like Nhem, have learnt a lot to develop themselves and taken advantages of opportunities from the culture and specialties of the locality.