Sustainable tourism development in Vietnam

Thursday - 19/10/2017 11:10

From 3rd – 6th October, Faculty of Tourism, University of Social Sciences and Humanities conducted a field discussion and research within the project "Sustainable Development Travel in Vietnam". This is a collaborative project among the three units including Greifswald University - Germany, Faculty of Tourism and Hotel, Hue University and Faculty of Tourism, University of Social Sciences and Humanities. Representatives of the three units included Professor of Steingrube, Coordinator Kristin from University of Greifswald - Germany, Professor Inagaki from University of Rikkyo - Japan, Dr. Pham Hong Long, Dean of Tourism Faculty, Associate Professor Ph.D. Tran Duc Thanh, as well as faculty members and more than 20 students of the 13th course. Associate Professor Ph.D. Tran Duc Thanh and Professor Steingrube gave a presentation on "Tourism Consulting" and "Regional Planning". These are two necessary and highly concerned issues in today's tourism development. The discussion provided lecturers and students of the Faculty with theoretical and practical basis and other important information sources for teaching and researches. In addition, the delegation also attended the VIETNAM INSTITUTE FOR URBAN AND RURAL PLANNING (VIUP) and VNAT to exchange information, experiences especially share and answer questions about plans and forms for the future of tourism in Vietnam.

In the next two days, the delegation had a visit to Pu Luong Retreat resort, Ba Thuoc district, Thanh Hoa province. This was an opportunity for the delegation to have practical experiences in tourism, learn the cultural identity of some ethnic groups in Vietnam and enjoy the peaceful beauty of the countryside.

The 4 meeting days was a great success, meeting the requirements of the project and promising a new project in the future.

Below are some pictures of the project:


Tin bài + Ảnh: Nguyễn Thanh Quảng

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