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Binh Thuan seminar discusses sustainable management of tourist destinations hinh anh 1A tourism area in Phan Thiet city (Photo: VNA)

Binh Thuan (VNA) – A seminar on the sustainable management of tourist destinations was held on February 23 in
Binh Thuan as one of the first activities opening the Visit Vietnam Year 2023 hosted by the south central province.

Nguyen Minh, Vice
Chairman of the People’s Committee of Binh Thuan, said that the seminar aimed to provide local travel
firms and the management boards of tourist destinations and sites knowledge of
sustainable area management, while sharing experience in tourism development between
Vietnam and Japan.

Ha Van Sieu, Deputy General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, said that the Visit
Vietnam Year 2023’s theme “Binh Thuan – Green Convergence” affirms Binh Thuan’s
commitment to green growth and environmentally-friendly tourism products, contributing
to promoting tourism in association with other economic sectors, and creating
jobs for the local community.

Participants at the
event discussed various issues, including the prerequisites for sustainable
tourism areas; key steps to initiate sustainable area management; and the
settlement of socio-economic problems and measures to improve people’s income.
Some localities such as Lai Chau, Ninh Binh and Quang Binh provinces shared their experience
in ensuring sustainability in tourism activities.

They highlighted the
need for higher quality human resources for tourism management and the joint
efforts of all parties in protecting the environment at tourist destinations.

With a coastline of nearly 200km and rich natural landscapes as well as historical and cultural relic
sites, Binh Thuan boasts high potential for the development of various tourism
types, especially maritime eco-tourism.

In particular, Mui Ne is considered a highlight of local tourism as it is home
to one of the most beautiful natural beaches in Vietnam. It is also dubbed the
“kingdom of resorts” with about 600 resorts and

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