uong bi builds itself up as buddhist tourism destination Uong Bi builds itself up as Buddhist tourism destination

09:35 | 24/12/2019 Travel

Uong Bi City in the northern province of Quang Ninh is striving to turn itself into a spiritual tourism destination. One of its major draws is Yen Tu Mountain, where more than 700 years ago, King Tran Nhan Tong left his royal palace to lead an ascetic religious life and founded the Truc Lam Zen sect, a unique Buddhist culture of the Vietnamese people.
quang ninh affirms brand of ocop products Quang Ninh affirms brand of OCOP products

17:34 | 23/12/2019 Travel

As the leading province nationwide in the implementation of the One Commune One Product (OCOP) program, the OCOP products of Quang Ninh Province have drawn consumers and tourists across the country.  
tourism joins industry and services to boost quang yens growth Tourism joins industry and services to boost Quang Yen’s growth

15:19 | 23/12/2019 Entertainment

As a coastal area rich in cultural and historical traditions and seeking to become a smart and modern city, Quang Yen Town has become a new visitor attraction promising tourism breakthroughs.
quang ninh province pioneers green tourism development Quang Ninh Province pioneers green tourism development

10:54 | 23/12/2019 Travel

Quang Ninh Province pioneers green, sustainable tourism development, Ha Van Sieu, Deputy Head of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) told Vietnam Economic News’ Hoa Quynh in discussing tourism development in the northeastern province.
mong cai city at vietnams northeastern tip strives for tourism boom Mong Cai City at Vietnam’s northeastern tip strives for tourism boom

14:42 | 22/12/2019 Travel

Identified as one of the four major tourist hubs of Quang Ninh Province, the city of Mong Cai has taken creative measures to promote tourism development and has become an attraction of border tourism.
quang ninhs vision as an international tourist hub Quang Ninh’s vision as an international tourist hub

09:35 | 22/12/2019 Travel

Considered a miniature of Vietnam, the northeastern coastal province of Quang Ninh has major tourism potential. Its strategic decision to shift from brown growth to green growth has given strong impetus to developing tourism and services as key economic sectors.
balancing tourism development with natural heritage protection Balancing tourism development with natural heritage protection

15:06 | 21/12/2019 Travel

As a world heritage site and natural wonder, Ha Long Bay plays an important role in turning the northeastern province of Quang Ninh into a modern service and industrial hub and an international tourist center, Pham Hong Ha, Chairman of the Ha Long City People's Committee and Head of the Ha Long Bay Management Board, told Vietnam Economic News' Hoa Quynh.
trinh nu grotto where romance meets geology Trinh Nu Grotto, where romance meets geology

09:00 | 21/12/2019 Travel

Due to its unique geology, Ha Long Bay is home to many spectacular caves. One of the most popular is Trinh Nu Grotto, discovered by French explorers in the 19th century and given the name “La Virgin”. It is situated on Bo Hon Island, sharing the same location with Sung Sot Cave.
floating cua van fishing village attracts visitors Floating Cua Van Fishing Village attracts visitors

15:40 | 20/12/2019 Travel

Nestled among majestic limestone mountains, the Cua Van Fishing Village creates a picture perfect scene, with its colorful houseboats bobbing on the emerald green waters of Ha Long Bay.
ha long bay prized title spectacular nature were not enough Ha Long Bay: Prized title, spectacular nature were not enough

11:15 | 20/12/2019 Travel

In 1994, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) added Ha Long Bay in Vietnam’s northeastern province of Quang Ninh to its list of world heritage sites. However, even after gaining the coveted recognition of the spectacular seascape of limestone pillars, Quang Ninh Province was still known mostly for its coalmines. Major tourist development in the province only began 20 years later.
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