The highlight of the event, co-organized by Quang Binh’s Tourism Department, the Vietnamese Embassy in Belgium and the Flemish government agency Visit Flanders, was a seminar on the Vietnamese province’s advantages and opportunities in tourism development.

At the trade, investment and tourism promotion forum 

Ambassador Nguyen Van Thao spotlighted the unique natural heritage and culture of Quang Binh, along with an open investment environment and incentives.

Quang Binh, dubbed the Kingdom of Caves, wants to seek cooperation to develop tourism, said Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Tran Thang. He added that the province also prioritizes renewable energy and high technology industries.

Videos, photos and virtual tours were available at the event to give visitors a look into the destinations in the province.

Piet Steel, a representative of Visit Flanders and Han-sur-Lesse who used to serve as Belgian ambassador to Vietnam, presented his view on Vietnam tourism in general and the great potential of Quang Binh in particular. He said he was impressed by the province’s efforts to conserve nature and develop responsible tourism.

Source: VNA