(HBO) - Da Bac district, bestowed with stunning landscapes and excellent culture and cuisine, gained more than 16.7 billion VND (721,800 USD) in tourism revenue in 2019.
In the year, the district hosted some 90,000 visitors,
including 4,000 foreigners.
A plan on tourism development was outlined in the year while the conference on
promoting investment in tourism and agriculture was successfully organised. The
district said the move was important to cast a new look to the tourism sector.
According to survey, Da Bac district has 15 suitable positions to branch out
agro-tourism projects. Four community-based tourism sites have been developed
and favoured by both domestic and international visitors.
The local tourism sector is expected to reap more robust results as it is
considered a core area of Hoa Binh Lake tourism./.
A conference was held jointly by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism on February 20 to discuss solutions in response to the COVID-19 epidemic.
(HBO) - Trang Waterfall, Do Nhan Commune (Tan Lac) is known as one of the beautiful waterfalls in the province. From a distance, you can see the waterfall flowing from the height with white bubbles like a white silk band.
According to statistics from the Hanoi Department of Tourism, the number of visitors to Hanoi has reached 50-70% of the time before the outbreak of Covid-19 with a sharp increase of tourists from Europe.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, together with diverse tourism businesses, organizations and individuals, have acted proactively to prevent the transmission of coronavirus (Covid-19) in Vietnam.
(HBO) – With the poetic beauty described as a miniature Ha Long Bay, Hoa Binh Lake and the relic site of Bo Temple in Thung Nai commune (Cao Phong district) and Vay Nua commune (Da Bac district) offer visitors a chance to be engulfed in nature with countless islets on the vast lake.
(HBO) - Kim Boi district is home to many beautiful natural landscapes, well-known for folk culture and traditional festivals imbued with Muong ethnic culture. It is endowed with a natural hot spring rated as one of the best mineral water sources in Southeast Asia, a considerable potential and strength to develop tourism. Together with Lac Thuy and Yen Thuy districts, Kim Boi will become a key tourist cluster of the province during the 2014-2020 period with a vision to 2030.