(HBO) - From the beginning of the year to the end of May, there are 28,000 tourists who visited Lac Son district, including 350 international visitors and 27,650 domestic tourists.

Waterfall Mu, Tu Do commune (Lac Son) is an attractive destination for tourists in hot sunny days.

Revenue from tourism reached VND 8.4 billion, up 2% compared to the same period in 2018. In the coming time, Lac Son district will promote propaganda and tourism promotion. Creating a favorable environment to attract businesses to invest in the field of services and tourism. Encouraging people to develop community tourism models. Strengthenning the training on tourism. building more tourist sites, especially the tourist site of Mu waterfall in Tu Do commune with other tourist spots in the district.


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