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Conference talks sustainable tourism

Travel

Conference talks sustainable tourism

The first ever annual responsible tourism conference was held in the capital city of Hanoi on November 2, discussing challenges on the path to achieve a sustainable growth for the tourism sector of Vietnam.

Ha Long Bay promoted to high-end market

Business

Ha Long Bay promoted to high-end market

Representatives from 40 Japanese travel agencies and tourist associations attended a seminar in Ha Long City on October 24, exploring the tourism potential of Ha Long Bay in the northern province of Quang Ninh, local authorities have reported.

Phu Quoc to become eco-tourism centre

Business

Phu Quoc to become eco-tourism centre

The Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang will develop its Phu Quoc island into an eco-tourism centre, according to the province’s tourism development strategy for the 2011-2020 period.

Coastal tourism has rosy future

Business

Coastal tourism has rosy future

The Government aims to develop the country's coastal tourism sector into one of the top in the region by 2030, rivalling sea and coastal tourism in Thailand , Malaysia and Indonesia.

Vietnam tourism gets 12 million EUR boost

Travel

Vietnam tourism gets 12 million EUR boost

The European Union will provide 11 million EUR for a 12 million EUR project that helps develop environmentally and socially responsible tourism (ESRT project) in Vietnam, with the balance of funds to come from the Vietnamese Government.

FDI projects help develop VN tourism

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FDI projects help develop VN tourism

Since 2000, FDI projects have made a positive contribution to the development of Vietnam’s tourist industry, according to an initial report released by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

Vietnam’s tourism has new logo

Society

Vietnam’s tourism has new logo

A logo slogan “Vietnam – a Different Orient” has won a contest to design a new logo-symbol for the national tourism promotion programme for the 2011-2015 period.