The 2017 Vietnam-China International Tourism Fair opened in Mong Cai city of Vietnam’s northern Quang Ninh province on December 1.
The fair features more than 450 booths, including more than 300 from Vietnamese businesses, 122 from Chinese firms, and 16 from Thai companies.
The fair is divided into five sections which introduce the socio-economic achievements of Mong Cai city, other localities and businesses of Vietnam and China. They also display tourism products and services of the two countries, goods produced under the One Village – One Product programme in Quang Ninh, and a wide range of other products.
An investment, trade and tourism promotion conference, a workshop on fruit export via Mong Cai and Dongxing border gates, and cultural and sports exchanges will also take place during the fair.
The Vietnam-China International Tourism Fair is held annually on a rotational basis between Mong Cai city and Dongxing city of China’s Guangxi province. This year’s event, the 12th edition, will last through December 7.