Tourists in Da Lat, Nha Trang link up for tourism

Da Lat, Nha Trang link up for tourism

Da Lat, Nha Trang link up for tourism

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The charms of the world-famous beach destination Nha Trang and quaint mountain town Dalat could get linked under a plan being hatched by tourism authorities in the two places.
Starting a tour themed “Len rung xuong bien” (jungle and sea) was one of the options officials from Khanh Hoa and Lam Dong Provinces considered at a tourism conference in Da Lat Monday where they also signed a cooperation agreement.
They discussed measures to generally link the two localities by combining promotions, providing specialized training for human resources, and assisting travel agencies.
The agreement will facilitate both destinations to showcase their specialties and handicrafts.
The two provinces will make films and have advertising campaigns to promote their tourism, and organize cultural and sporting events to attract tourists.
They urged tourism companies, hotels, and resorts in both places to cooperate with each other to promote tours to both Nha Trang and Da Lat.
Last year Lam Dong welcomed 1.6 million visitors, including 260,000 from overseas, while Nha Trang received 1.61 million people, including 280,000 foreign tourists.


Source: PV

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