Da Nang develops tourism to welcome 9 million visitors by 2020

Da Nang develops tourism to welcome 9 million visitors by 2020

The central coastal city of Da Nang has become a popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists in recent years.

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Travel agencies discuss ways to meet set goals

PANO - The Vietnam National Tourism Administration (VNTA) gathered travel agencies in the country in a conference in Hanoi on October 17 to discuss solutions to meet the target of welcoming 13 million foreign visitors this year and to achieve other goals assigned by the Government.

Vietnam Airlines to increase Hanoi – Sydney flights


The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will increase flights between Hanoi and Sydney, Australia to seven per week, from the current three, in the near future.

Phu Yen displays winning works of travel photo competition


Over 90 travel photographs depicting the pristine beauty of the South Central coastal province of Phu Yen are on display in the province’s cultural center until October 20.

Traditional cultural values of ethnics in Northwestern region promoted


The first Cultural, Sports and Tourism Festival opened in the Northern mountainous province of Lai Chau on October 13, in response to the Lao Cai - Northwest National Tourism Year.
Attractive old landscapes in Chi Linh

PANO - Chi Linh town, in the Northeast of Hai Duong province, is a political, economic and cultural center in the North of the province. It is also an important geo-military and geo-cultural area in the Northeastern Red River Delta and is home to various ancient landscapes and has a great potential for tourism development.

New route approved in Son Doong Cave


Authorities in central Quang Binh province have approved a new expedition route, through the world’s largest cave, Son Doong.

Ban Gioc Waterfall Festival opens in Cao Bang


The First Ban Gioc Waterfall Festival and Then singing and Tinh (musical instrument) performance kicked off in Trung Khanh district, the northern border province of Cao Bang, on October 7.

Garlic growing on Ly Son Island


PANO – Ly Son island district in Central province of Quang Ngai has long been known as the “Kingdom of onion and garlic” with around 300 hectares of cultivated land devoted to these aromatic vegetables.
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