(HBO) – Hoa Binh lake, the biggest man made in Southeast Asia, is about 70km long, crossing 17 communes of one city and five district. It houses 47 large and small islands. The lake area features breathtaking landscapes, enticing cultures of different ethnic groups, and renowned spiritual tourist destinations.
Tourists explore Hoa Binh lake by boat on the Lunar
New Year holiday.
On August 1, 2016, the Prime Minister issued
Decision No. 1528/QD-TTg approving a master plan for developing the lake as a
national tourist area until 2030. On June 22, 2017, the Standing Board of the
provincial Party Committee issued Resolution No. 14-NQ/TU on the development of
the Hoa Binh Lake tourist area into a national one.
After half a decade implementing Resolution No.
14, the province has seen the lake area so far meeting three out of five
criteria set for a national tourist site. Many of its socio-economic
infrastructure projects have been completed, contributing to improving the
conditions of local travel, production and people’s livelihoods.
Currently, the Hoa Binh lake tourist area has
107 accommodation establishments, employing 1,200 workers. Its restaurants,
entertainment spots, tourist attractions, and tours have been built and
connected with localities in the province and country, creating a fairly
diverse tourism ecosystem attractive to visitors.
Every year, the province organises famtrip and
presstrip delegations to invite tourism associations, travel and media agencies
from other provinces to join hands promoting Hoa Binh’s tourism. Other measures
include connecting businesses for partnerships, and expanding tourist markets.
To date, there have been 18 projects worth some 3.5 trillion VND (147.58
million USD) in total approved for investment in the Hoa Binh lake area.
In order to meet remaining criteria for the area
to be recognised as a national tourism site by 2025, Hoa Binh is working to
attract investment projects serving the development of accommodation facilities
rated three stars and above; promoting community-based tourism; tackling investors’
obstacles; and running communications campaigns for raising public awareness on
tourism promotion and environmental protection./.
(HBO) – A historical site of Vietnam’s first banknote-minting factory based in Chi Ne coffee plantation in Phu Nghia commune, Lac Thuy district, is a popular tourist attraction, especially on the occasion of the August Revolution (August 19) and the National Day (September 2).
(HBO) – There are only a few days left when the whole country starts the National Day holiday, September 2nd, which lasts for 4 days. With a variety of types and many attractive tourism products, Hoa Binh is an ideal destination to attract visitors to experience and explore.
(HBO) - Up to now, the households in Mung hamlet, Hop Phong commune (Cao Phong) have basically completed the renovation and planted flowers to be ready to welcome tourists on this year's National Day holiday.
(HBO) - Cao Phong - Muong Thang has long been known as one of the four major Muong regions of the province. The district owns a beautiful natural landscape, having mountains, hydroelectric lakes, steppe areas, old forests, Muong ethnic cultural identity and many historical and cultural landmarks. Recently, Cao Phong has been strengthening the state management of tourism activities. At the same time, the district has been focusing on planning, investing in infrastructure, attracting investment, building tourism products to meet the needs of tourists inside and outside the province.
(HBO) – The newly-opened Doc Lap (Independence) homestay in Doc Lap commune, Hoa Binh city, offers catering services, relaxation and camping.
Staying there, people can go fishing, cycling, growing vegetables, and feeding livestock.
(HBO) – Being located next to Mai Chau Ecolodge in Na Phon commune, Mai Chau district is Mai Chau Sky Resort. With a prime location surrounded by mountains, lush green grass and close to nature, Mai Chau Sky Resort is designed with simple, rustic stilt houses bearing the character of the Northwest mountains.