Tra Su cajuput forest in An Giang province is among the most popular attractions in the Mekong Delta (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – The Mekong Delta Tourism Association has launched a tourism promotion plan to attract more visitors by December. Tran Huu Hiep, the association’s chairman, said: “The plan aims to attract more local visitors and welcome international tourists, especially those from Southeast Asia.” The plan has the participation of 57 serviced accommodation businesses, 36 food and beverage service businesses, 25 tourism areas, and 22 tourism agencies in the region. All of them have committed to offer 10-50 percent discounts on service prices. Trinh Cong Vinh, Chairman of the Bac Lieu Tourism Association, said the province would reduce entrance fees by 10-20 percent for its 12 tourism areas. The province is also working on development of agricultural tourism in Phuoc Long and Hong Dan districts. An Giang province has completed the upgrade of landscape and facilities for the Tra Su cajuput forest, which is expected to help attract more cranes and other birds, and raise visitors’ interest in the site. Earlier this year, Tra Su was recognised as the most beautiful forest in Vietnam by the Vietnam Records Organisation. It… Read full this story
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