Quang Nam goes for green tourism

In recent years, in addition to formulating policies on reactivating tourism, Quang Nam province has put forward mechanisms to support and encourage businesses to create new green and environmentally-friendly tourism products. These policies and mechanisms have helped to lure more visitors to the province after a two-year shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ninh Binh actively implements World Heritage Convention

Since Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex was recognised as World Cultural and Natural Heritage by UNESCO in 2014, Ninh Binh province has made a range of efforts in issuing policies and programmes in an attempt to preserve and promote the heritage’s value in line with the World Heritage Convention.

Da Nang developing as a ‘liveable’ city

With stable growth in the economy, infrastructure, urban management, tourism and investment attraction, Da Nang is challenging to develop into a ‘liveable’ city of regional and global status.

“Bun cha” included in UK’s Platinum Jubilee cookbook

“Bun cha” (rice vermicelli with grilled pork and fresh herbs) of Vietnam has been honourly included in a cookbook with recipes served in visits of the British royal family which were collected by embassies of the UK in countries across the world on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

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