Construction of the new Ben Dinh Tourism Port in Quang Ngai Province’s Ly Son Island district kicked off on November 23.
The northern central province of Nghe An has been channeling more resources into developing tourism, towards the sector becoming a driving force in the local development.
A 700-million-VND project to restore the century-old Bia Quoc Hoc (Quoc Hoc Monument) is under way in the central province of Thua Thien - Hue, which is scheduled for completion by January, 2017.
The Prime Minister has approved a project on restoration and promotion of Tan Trao special national historical relics association with tourism development untill 2025.
French and Vietnamese experts met recently in Can Tho to discuss how to better preserve the cultural heritage of Viet Nam, particularly in the central province of Thua Thien– Hue.
The central city of Da Nang plans to decorate a 1.5km concrete sea dyke wall with paintings and ceramic mosaics from 2016-17, creating an art space and tourist attraction.
The Central Highlands of Dak Nong has launched a project to preserve and promote the gong cultural heritage of the province for the 2016-2020 period with an investment of nearly 16 billion VND (720,000 USD).
Up to 40 garden houses in the imperial capital city of Hue will be restored under a Thua Thien-Hue provincial People’s Committee project.
Multi-industry group Bitexco will splash out nearly 545 billion VND (24.4 million USD) on building the My An hot spring resort in My An village, Phu Duong commune, Phu Vang district, in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue.
The Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang is developing new eco-tourism products based on the local advantages of rivers and orchards, according to Director of the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Do Chieu Qui.
The Government has approved a project to preserve and promote the literature and art of ethnic minorities.
A ground-breaking ceremony for the north central region’s first five-star complex of hotel, entertainment and resort was held in Cua Lo town, the central province of Nghe An on June 26.