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APEC looks to sustainable tourism amid climate change

APEC looks to sustainable tourism amid climate change

Vietnam, as the host of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Year 2017,has initiated a round-table conference on sustainable tourism development policy amid climate change in June this year, said Deputy General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism Ha Van Sieu.

VNAT lays out plans for tourism growth

VNAT lays out plans for tourism growth

VOV.VN - The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has outlined its plans to transform the country’s tourism industry and achieve double digit growth from the North American market.

Workshop seeks ways to develop Mekong Delta tourism

Workshop seeks ways to develop Mekong Delta tourism

A workshop to seek ways to develop tourism in the Mekong Delta region was held in Hau Giang province on July 11, as part of the Mekong Delta Economic Cooperation Forum slated to open in the locality the same day.

Quang Binh targets 3.3 mil visitors in 2016

Quang Binh targets 3.3 mil visitors in 2016

VOV.VN - The central province of Quang Binh set a target of attracting some 3.3 million visitors this year through discovery trips to Son Doong cave and homestay and farmstay models which are popular with foreign tourists.

Workshop reviews tourism occupational training

Workshop reviews tourism occupational training

Outcomes of occupational skill evaluation programmes under the 2013 Vietnam Tourism Occupational Standards (VTOS 2013) were reported at a workshop held by the Vietnam National Administration of Tour.

Vietnam promotes tourism in Hong Kong

Vietnam promotes tourism in Hong Kong

The Vietnam Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines held a seminar on December 14 in Hong Kong (China) to promote Vietnam’s tourism industry in the territory.

Tourism industry targets RoK visitors

Tourism industry targets RoK visitors

(VOV) -The Republic of Korea is one of Vietnam’s key tourism markets, with more than 700,000 visiting Vietnam last year alone, doubling the 2009 figure.