TAG : Binh Thuan

  • Binh Thuan aims to become national sea tourism-sports centre

    Binh Thuan aims to become national sea tourism-sports centre

    The People’s Committee of the south-central province of Binh Thuan has issued a plan to boost tourism to 2020, aiming to make it a spearhead sector of the province and turning the locality into a national sea tourism and sports centre. It has pursued an ambitious plan to make Mui Ne a national tourism site, Phu Quy Island a national destination, and Phan Thiet city an urban tourism area. The province is blessed with a 200-km coastline and favourable conditions for tourism development and it has effectively tapped its advantages for sea sports and festivals. In 2017 it aims to welcome 5 million visitors.

  • Around & about

    Around & about

    As is now the tradition, The Guide travelled to Vietnam’s major tourist destinations to see how the industry is performing.


  • Garden gateway

    Garden gateway

    A popular destination for travellers from all over the world, the multi-award winning Bamboo Village Beach Resort & Spa is renowned for its lush tropical gardens, first-class accommodation, and excellent customer services. This is the ‘Home of the Blissful Bamboo Villager’.


  • Peaceful escape

    Peaceful escape

    2014 is considered to have been a successful year for Mom Da Chim - La Zi Beach Resort and Spa, as it continues to affirm its high quality service to guests.


  • Spring break

    Spring break

    The area around Ham Thuan Nam has proven to be a popular spot for short getaways over the years.


  • Bask at Blue Ocean

    Bask at Blue Ocean

    Positioned right at the centre of Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, the liveliest in Mui Ne, Blue Ocean Resort is known for its green landscapes and hundreds of coconut trees.


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