Quang Binh ramps up activities to attract international tourists
Update: Apr 25, 2022
The Department of Tourism of Quang Binh province (central Vietnam) has planned to hold a number of events in the coming months to elevate the locality’s image and further attract tourists, especially international arrivals.

Son Doong cave - the world's largest in Quang Binh province. (Photo: Oxalis Adventures)

Accordingly, Quang Binh will promote the international tourism market by co-operating alongside film studios and foreign media outlets to introduce the locality’s tourism potential.

It will ramp up co-operation with relevant units to attract foreign tourists from Japan, and to promote greater investment and tourism activities in the Republic of Korea.

The locality will also attend the Asia Route Development Forum (ASIA ROUTES 2022), introduce Quang Binh tourism through digital platforms, and implement diverse activities to boost the local tourism recovery when Vietnam plays host to the SEA Games 31 this May.

A range of exciting activities will be held as part of efforts to revive the domestic tourism market by launching stimulus programmes, as well as organising traditional festivals and a competition to design souvenirs and gifts to attract more visitors.

Located on the East-West economic corridor, Quang Binh boasts great tourism potential with a coastline of 116km long, beautiful beaches, and attractive tourist spots, such as Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, Son Doong Cave, Nuoc Mooc stream, and the Chay river.

The locality is also home to a number historical sites and famous spiritual tourist attractions, such as Vung Chua, the temple which pays tribute to Princess Lieu Hanh, Hoang Phuc Pagoda, and the Memorial House of legendary General Vo Nguyen Giap.


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