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On August the 19th, Tuoi Tre Newspaper, Quang Nam People's Committe in coordination with Phong Phu Joint Stock Company held a conference on "Central Region - International Destinations Development".
More than 150 delegates from relevant Ministries, functional authorities, central localities, travel companies, senior economic specialists attended the seminar.
The delegates' ideas have shown not only challenges the Central Region's Tourism has to face but also drawbacks that should be fixed to make the Region a real international destination. These ideas indeed brought about many suggestions for tourism development of this potential area.
Speaking at the opening, Mr. Pham Duc Hai - Editor-in-chief of the Tuoi Tre Newspaper asserted that tourism of Central Coastal provinces has had rapid development steps in recent years. The emergence of a series of resort, hotels, and entertainment, recreation and catering areas has made such a very exciting environment for tourism. Domestic and international tourists traveling to this region have increased year-on-year.
The domestic and international economic specialists evaluated that being favored by nature, culture, and heritage; the region would be tourism hub in the Southeast Asia Region.


Source: TITC

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