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Hue Travel looks to receive 3 milion tourists each year by 2015

2010-09-20 (GMT + 7)

Hue City is one of places which have many cultural heritages and historical vestiges. Hue Travel is striving to receive 2.5-3 million guests each year by 2015 in order to raise the local service and tourism sector’s GDP share to 48-50% for Vietnam Travel, said a local senior official.

To encourage stronger investment for better infrastructure of Hue Travel, Director of the province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Phan Tien Dung recently made the announcement and added that right now the investment for the local tourism sector is doing its utmost.
Hue Travel has created favorable mechanisms and policies for an open business climate to mobilize both domestic and foreign resources for the development of tourism and services, said Mr. Dung.
According to the Director, the locality is developing new tourist products and building tourist complex sites in order to fully tap its potentials in terms of landscape, archaeology, marine ecosystem, convalescence, and craft villages.
Especially, the province attaches importance to promoting heritage values of the Hue Ancient Capital, developing craft industries, expanding trade and service networks, generating jobs and solving pollution problems.
The number of tourists travel to Hue reaches an average of 1.5-2 million each year, chiefly from France, the US, as well as Southeast Asia.

(Source: VGP)

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