Binh Thuan Hosts Workshops on Managing National Tourist Areas | To travel

A beach in Binh Thuan (Photo: VNA)

Binh thuan (AVN) – More than 200 experts, researchers and managers from culture, sports and tourism departments nationwide gathered in a workshop on management of national tourist areas, held in south-central Binh Thuan province on October 24.

Delegates focused their discussion and analysis on the development potential national tourist areas, advised on the National Tourism Management Model proposed by the Vietnam National Tourism Administration (VNAT) and proposed appropriate new models for national tourism management.

According to the master plan on tourism development of Vietnam until 2020 with a vision until 2030 approved by the Prime Minister, the country will have 49 sites in 43 provinces and cities likely to develop national tourist areas.

As of October 2020, 22 sites are planned to become national tourist areas.

VNAT Deputy Director General Ngo Hoai Chung said the localities face many difficulties and confusion in managing national tourist areas as the government does not have relevant regulations.

The participants proposed to the government to quickly promulgate a general model of management of the national tourist zones, thus guiding the localities in their candidacy.

Dr Tran Van Thong from Ho Chi Minh City University of Finance said that the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism should build an interdisciplinary management model and clearly define functions and tasks for all levels Management.

The general management model must guarantee economic factors, the preservation of cultural and heritage values, natural resources and the identity of local communities, he stressed.

The recommendations of the workshop will serve as the basis for the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to propose an appropriate national tourism management model to the PM for approval, with a view to improving the efficiency of the management of national tourist areas. as well as the quality of tourism. products, helping to make Vietnamese tourism a key economic sector in the near future. /.


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