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Troh Bư acknowledged as country’s largest orchid reserve


A two-hectare wild-orchid reserve in the Troh Bư Botanic Garden in Đắk Lắk Province has been recognised as the largest of its kinds in the country by the Việt Nam Record Organisation (ViệtKings).

Danang Tourism Association proposes to demolish 40 illegal villa foundations


The Southern Institute of Ecology and the Danang Tourism Association have jointly sent a proposal to the Danang authorities to preserve the current scenery of Son Tra Peninsula and demolish the foundations of 40 illegally-constructed villas on July 21.

Thua Thien – Hue aims to become top regional destination


The central province of Thua Thien – Hue has issued a plan focusing on developing tourism and services to become a key local economic sector, thus turning Hue into one of the top destinations in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

Floating village tries eco-tourism


The floating Vung Viêng fishing village in Hạ Long Bay, northeastern Quảng Ninh Province usually hosts about 15,000 visitors each month. During peak periods the number of visitors soars to 21,000.

Phu Quoc island draws tourism developers


Southern Kien Giang province aims to build the image and brand name of the island district of Phu Quoc to make it a high-end tourism destination by 2020.

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