Binh Thuan province agreed on the goal that by 2025, Binh Thuan tourism strives to welcome 8.9 million visitors as well as resolutely withdrawing projects that are slow to implement.
Binh Thuan Provincial People’s Committee has just held an online meeting with localities in the province to approve the draft Resolution of the Provincial Party Committee on tourism development of Binh Thuan to 2025, orientation to 2030. Accordingly, from now to 2025 , the province focuses on investing in perfecting the tourism technical and material infrastructure system.
At the same time, the province will also attract strategic investors to develop Mui Ne National Tourist Area in particular, other tourist areas in the province in general; building Binh Thuan as a national marine sport and tourism center, an attractive destination, creating breakthrough developments in all aspects for the tourism industry of Binh Thuan, playing an important role in the system. tourism of the South Central Coast region and the whole country.
According to the Draft Resolution, Binh Thuan also strives that by 2025, tourism will become a spearhead economic sector of the province, with professionalism, with a synchronous and modern system of technical and material foundations; high quality, diversified, branded tourism products imbued with national cultural identity. By 2030, Mui Ne National Tourist Area will become one of the leading destinations of the Asia-Pacific region.
At the meeting, the majority of delegates agreed with the draft Resolution of the Provincial Party Committee on tourism development to 2025, orientation to 2030, goals from here to 2025. As for specific goals, the province agreed on the goal that by 2025, the whole province strives to welcome 8.9 million visitors.
The draft Resolution was also supplemented by the participants, such as resolutely withdrawing from projects that were delayed due to investors’ lack of capacity and unwillingness to invest; at the same time, pay attention to invest in coastal traffic routes to connect and develop tourism in the south of the province; develop diversified tourist markets…