Binh Dinh partners with eight localities in tourism development

The Tourism Association of Binh Dinh province signed a cooperation agreement with its counterparts of eight localities in the coastal Northern and North Central regions on March 29 in efforts to establish Binh Dinh as a leading destination in Vietnam and the region.

Under this agreement, the tourism associations of Hai Phong city and the provinces of Thai Binh, Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, Hai Duong, Quang Ninh, Ninh Binh, and Quang Binh will give advice and assist Binh Dinh to build and implement tourism promotion plans.


The conference between the tourism associations of Binh Dinh and eight localities in the coastal Northern and North Central regions on March 29.


In particular, travel companies in the eight localities will help develop images of Binh Dinh as an attractive destination, support local tourism units to take part in fairs and exhibitions, and popularise tourism via travel correspondents’ clubs and promotion events.

They will also conduct surveys to assess the tourism potential of Binh Dinh; maximize local advantages to create typical products such as relaxation, sports and MICE tourism; design tours linking Binh Dinh with destinations in the South Central and Central Highlands region; and coordinate with local authorities to develop new tourism products.

The eight associations will help connect domestic and international travel firms with service suppliers in Binh Dinh like restaurants, hotels, and places of interest via farmiliarization trips and events they organize.

Lam Hai Giang, Vice Chairman of the Binh Dinh People’s Committee, said his province has made all-round investment in tourism development such as holding meetings with airlines and major travel businesses and opening new air routes with a view to turning Binh Dinh into a leading destination.

He expressed his hope that the cooperation with the tourism associations and businesses of the eight provinces and city will also contribute to tourism development in all the localities.

Source: VNA

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