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MQL visit to Nha Trang and Cam Ranh improving support

Our new MQL Sustainable Tourism Services to Nha Trang visiting Cam Ranh beaches in Nha Trang, Vietnam, showing little progress on cleanliness, recycling and environmentaly friendly acts. Walking along 18 kilometres of beach founding all kind of debris and waste, images below are just a little sample and talking by themselves. Limited or small individual actions from Khanh Hoa authorities, reduced cooperation & interaction between domestic & international hotel brands & owners, the little concern among local beach users, all producing not best expected results. Time for action, visitors looking for clean beaches when they return to Vietnam, a good recognition for the few ones doing good job at the province. #tourism   #hotel   #sustainable   #recycling   #mqlsustainability   #hospitality #responsibility   #vietnam   #nhatrang   #camranh   #khanhkhoa https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6991917967462592512/?commentUrn=urn%3Ali%3Acomment%3A(activity%3A699191796

Vietnam National Administration of Tourism promotion on CNN

Tourism marketing promotion for Vietnam is a key pillar for the industry, an important role is executed by Vietnam National Administration of Tourism. A new agreement with CNN on advertising and promotion of Vietnam globally had been signed and we do wish is well received by viewers and travellers all along, efforts from the ministry shown in a way. Always interested in hearing from our overseas colleagues on how such action impact their decisions on visiting us on Vietnam, plus a correct monitoring & effectiveness from the VNAT team here in Vietnam. More details in link below. https://vietnamtourism.gov.vn/en/post/17800

New article at Cambodian journal with MQL Sustainable Tourism Services input

  Cambodian Tourists Flock to Vietnam A woman (C) poses for photos in front of the Opera House in Ho Chi Minh City on December 4, 2021. Photo by Nhac NGUYEN / AFP By  François Camps   September 27, 2022 9:20 AM Share Facebook Twitter Telegram Pinterest Print Copy Link WhatsApp LinkedIn PHNOM PENH – Sitting in a bar in Tuol Tompoung, Lyheng is still excited by his latest trip to Vietnam. “It was so great. I love going there so much,” he said if his second trip to Cambodia’s neighbor this year. “I went to Ho Chi Minh City twice, in August and September. But I actually have been to Vietnam around ten times since 2017” said the 29-year-old traveller. “I’ve already visited all Cambodian provinces, some of them several times. So, when I want to go abroad, Vietnam appears to be the best solution. It’s close, cheap and I never get bored.” Like Lyheng, more and more Cambodians have a tourist crush on Vietnam. While the border between the countries remained closed for more than two years because

MQL Sustainable Tourism Services reported by Vietcetera - Should Vietnam "hidden gems" be kept hidden from tourists?

  Should Vietnam’s ‘Hidden Gems’ Be Kept Hidden From Tourists? Many parts of Vietnam remain unexplored by tourists and investors. These hidden gems — serene, beautiful, unspoilt — have a long way to go before they get developed for tourism. But, should they? Agnes Alpuerto Breathtaking view of rice paddies and wooden bridge in Pu Luong, Vietnam. | Source: Shutterstock Many foreign travelers find Vietnam an exciting destination to discover a new culture and explore places unique to this part of the world. From Halong Bay’s astonishing limestone monolithic islands to Hoi An’s old-world charm, Vietnam offers travelers gratifying experiences for their bucket lists. But for more thrill away from the bustling crowds and a more intimate connection with nature,  off-the-beaten-path destinations  exude a distinct appeal. “Off-the-beaten-path can literally be understood as remote areas or out of the classic destinations,” said Do Phuong, founder of  Slow Travel Hue  and a former product manager