Ninh Binh moves to tap tourism potential of historical relics
The coastal area in Kim Son district in the Red River Delta province of Ninh Binh has great development potential for different sectors, especially tourism, as it boasts charming natural landscapes and a diverse ecosystem.
Endowed with many beautiful landscapes such as Van Long wetland nature reserve, Cuc Phuong national park, world culture and nature heritage of Trang An, Ninh Binh has become increasingly attractive to international tourists.
A seminar on sustainable tourism development cooperation between Ninh Binh province - a famous tourist destination in northern Vietnam, and its Belgian partners was held at the Vietnamese Embassy in Belgium on March 10.
Ninh Binh authorities held a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City on April 28 to introduce its potential and advantages to investors.
As the only coastal district of Ninh Binh province, Kim Son boasts numerous potential and advantages to develop its marine economy, aquaculture and seafood catching. To fully tap these advantages, in the past 30 years, Ninh Binh has issued numerous policies and mechanisms to guide and support local people to enrich themselves from the sea-borne economy.
Head of the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission Tran Tuan Anh hailed the growing strategic partnership between Vietnam and the UK in various areas during a reception in Hanoi on June 23 for Minister of State for Trade Policy in the Department for International Trade of the UK Greg Hands.
Some 90km south of Hanoi, Ninh Binh province boasts many famous destinations, including Trang An Landscape Complex, a UNESCO-recognised heritage site; Tam Coc, nicknamed "Ha Long Bay on Land"; Cuc Phuong National Park; Van Long Wetlands Nature Reserve; and Phat Diem Stone Cathedral.
The northern province of Ninh Binh will have opportunities to promote its tourism potential as a cultural, sport and tourism festival will be held in the locality later this month.
Home to numerous historical and cultural relic sites and breathtaking landscapes plus developed infrastructure and convenient transport system, Ninh Binh is seen to have huge potentials of MICE tourism.
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The northern province of Ninh Binh has huge potential of tourism development. The opportunities increased when the Trang An Ecological Complex was recognized as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, on June 23. The province should further exploit the potential presented by eco-tourism.
In late June, Vietnamese people in general and Ninh Binh province's people in particular saw with great pleasure that Trang An landscape complex had been officially recognised as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage. However, the honour will also pose challenges to Ninh Binh province, tourism brand and community in preserving and promoting the heritage's tourism potential.
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In Vietnam, there are about 3,000 craft villages, of which 400 are traditional villages. However, craft village tourism is not really well developed. The Vietnam Business Forum reports.
The Scientific Union for Sustainable Tourism Development (STDe) hosted a seminar in Hanoi on September 28, introducing the potential for developing water tourism in Vietnam.
Ninh Binh is the land of rich cultural deposits - history - the spiritual and possesses many spectacular natural landscapes, Ninh Binh has chosen the direction of exploiting " green tourism " to create sustainable development. This shift has brought the growth rate of Ninh Binh tourism at a high level for many years.
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