(HBO) – With beautiful scenery and fresh air, Thanh Son commune, Mai Chau district, has huge potential to develop tourism. Thanh Son commune, home to Muong and Thai ethnic communities, has many advantages to develop eco-tourism, community-based tourism due to its unspoiled beauty and cool climate.



Pu Bin Paradise services complex in Hieng hamlet, Thanh Son commune, Mai Chau district.


Pu Bin Paradise services complex is being built in Hieng hamlet. With a total investment capital of more than 10 billion VND (410,000 USD), the complex will have 25 rooms and other facilities including catering services, karaoke, swimming pool, camping area, among others, meeting the needs of both domestic and foreign tourists.

Sam Tang lake tourism area is another project under construction in the commune. Covering an area of 163 ha, once completed, the site will offer numerous interesting services such as a lakeside resort, health care with local herbs, mountain trekking, exploring forests, sailing, canoeing, paragliding, among others.

Lo Thanh Khuyen, Chairman of Thanh Son Commune People's Committee said that the commune has actively exploited the potential and advantages of tourism for local socio-economic development.

The locality has promoted investment attraction, upgraded infrastructure and environmental landscape to support tourism development, he added.
The commune has conducted communication activities to encourage the locals to actively participate in the movement of building new-style rural areas and raise awareness of environmental protection.

It has organised campaigns to clean up the living environment and collect garbage. At the same time, the local authority has created favourable conditions for investors in implementing projects, helping to promote local socio-economic development.




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