Vietnamese tourists increasingly prioritise sustainable tourism
Sustainable travel is gaining traction as 96% of Vietnamese travellers confirm that sustainable travel is important to them, according to the Sustainable Travel Report 2024 by
Ninh Binh Province works to promote values of world-recognised heritage
Since gaining recognition as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site 10 years ago on June 25, 2014, Trang An Landscape Complex in Ninh Binh Province has become an invaluable…
Developing green and sustainable tourism in Can Tho
Green and sustainable tourism is identified as a crucial strategy in our country's tourism development direction. Particularly in Can Tho, many tourism enterprises are focusing and investing in the development…
New tours inaugurated to explore Nam Dinh City
Nam Dinh Province’s Tourism Association has introduced a number of tourism products to explore Nam Dinh City (Nam Dinh Province)
Green and sustainable tourism becomes mainstream trend
In the context of increasing climate change, especially after the world faced the COVID-19 pandemic, green and sustainable tourism has become a mainstream trend chosen by a large number of tourists.
More solutions to improve the quality of smart and sustainable tourism in Hue
On the morning of March 7, the Provincial Department of Tourism coordinated with the Mekong Institute (MI) to organize a seminar on "Smart and sustainable tourism in Thua Thien Hue Province".
Quang Ninh: Co To island to put a ban on plastic bags and bottles from Sept 1st
As a move to sustainable tourism, Co To island district, Quang Ninh province has issued a regulation on prohibiting visitors from bringing in plastic bags and bottles. The ban would be trialed for a few months before it becomes official.
Việt Nam ranks 96th on global sustainable tourism list
Euromonitor International report ranked Việt Nam as 96th of 99 countries for sustainable tourism.
Homestay service offers sustainable tourism
Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province are operating an experimental home-stay service as part of a project to improve the livelihoods of ethnic minorities.
“Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for Development”
Message from Mr. Taleb Rifai, Secretary General of World Tourism Organization: Tourism is today the 3rd largest export industry in the world after chemicals and fuels. It brings hope, prosperity and understanding to so many lives and livelihoods all over the world. 
Tay Ninh looks to develop sustainable tourism industry
The People’s Committee of southwestern Tay Ninh Province held an international seminar on July 31 to introduce its tourism potential, advantages, and development prospects.  
The 29th Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commissions: Promoting the role of sustainable tourism in the International Year 2017
(TITC) - This is one of important contents in the 29th joint meeting of the UNWTO Commissions for East Asia - Pacific and South Asia held by World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in collaboration with Bangladesh Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism on 17 May 2017 in Chittagong City, Bangladesh.
Toward sustainable tourism in northeastern mountainous province
Ban Gioc Waterfall, one among many renowned tourist destinations in Cao Bang. No more overcrowding, spontaneous business activities or street garbage.
Lao Cai develops sustainable tourism
The northwestern mountainous province of Lai Cai has made bold investment in developing tourism in an effort to make it a key economic sector.
An Giang promotes sustainable tourism
The Mekong Delta province of An Giang has doubled efforts to develop green and sustainable tourism.