Unlocking HCMC’s river tourism potential
HCMC has long seen the potential of river tourism as a key driver for boosting tourism revenue, yet this potential remains largely untapped despite efforts to develop the sector. The Saigon River, the city’s main waterway, offers a unique blend of urban life and tranquility along its banks, presenting a promising canvas for tourism.
Wellness tourism - potential to develop in Khanh Hoa
With a temperate climate, many spots for hot mineral bath and mud bath, beach resorts, mountain and forest eco-tourism destinations..., Khanh Hoa has a lot of potentials to develop wellness…
Exploiting the potential of sea and island tourism
Vietnam Tourism Marketing Strategy for 2030 has identified sea and island tourism as one of the four main tourist product lines that should be prioritised for development in the country.…
Hanoi to develop heritage tourism
The Hanoi Times spoke with Truong Minh Tien, Chairman of the UNESCO Hanoi Association, on ways to expand and link the city's heritage tours.
“Awakening” the night economic potential on Cam mountain
Developing night economy is a trend in many localities today. For An Giang province, these activities are also being developed step by step. In which, Cam Mountain tourist area (Tinh Bien town) is one of the locations with many strengths to exploit the night economy.
Concerns about unlocking the potential of cultural tourism
The challenge of how to create a unique and profound Vietnamese cultural experience for tourists is still a concern for those working in the tourism industry.
Ly Son (Quang Ngai Province) to become a sea island tourism hub
The Politburo’s Resolution on “Developing socio-economy and ensuring security and defense in the North Central and the Central Coast Region until 2030, with a vision to 2045” aims to turn Ly Son island into a sea and island tourism hub. The local authority and people are determined to build Ly Son into a civilized, modern island which is important to national defense and security.