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Photo of the Day: A basket boat tour in Hoi An

Thursday, March 30, 2023, 10:57 GMT+7
Photo of the Day: A basket boat tour in Hoi An
Tourists enjoy a basket boat tour in Cam Thanh Commune, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam. Photo: Dang Ke Cuong

Quang Nam Province in central Vietnam hopes to attract international tourists by launching several new tourism products.  

It also plans to restore regular international routes and charter flights to the province, as well as grow the popularity of domestic routes.

Authorities are also organizing meetings and surveys to introduce tourism products, while sponsoring familiarization trips for delegations from target markets. 

There are schemes to participate in international tourism fairs, develop tourism stimulus programs, and launch marketing campaigns on various social networks.

Currently, officials are mulling over a Quang Nam tourism website which would serve as a showcase for the province's tourism products. 

They are producing brochures in various languages and providing support for local tourist-centric businesses.

The province is also offering language and soft skill training courses to the local workforce so that they can better service international tourists.

Tuoi Tre News


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