Phan Thiet sea tourism bustling again after a long lull

21/12/2021, 09:02

BTO – It has been almost 2 years since the Binh Thuan tourism was frozen by the effect of the Covid-19 epidemic.

The local tourist enterprises resumed their business activities amidst numerous difficulties. The fierce competition among other destinations in the country forges them to brace up for tourism stimulus programs as the Christmas and New Year holidays are coming.

According to the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Binh Thuan province now has more than 50 accommodations eligible for welcoming domestic visitors. The whole province has nearly 6,000 tourists. A majority of tourists are from the southern provinces of Dong Nai, Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, An Giang, Long An, etc.

As of now, 100 percent of tourist accommodations have been vaccinated while 80 percent of the local residents get full Covid-19 vaccination. The Binh Thuan tourism is still safe environment tourism.

Followings are photos figuring the return of tourists to Ham Tien – Mui Ne last weekend.

Tourists come back to Ham Tien - Mui Ne on the weekend

Translated by My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper)


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