Quang Ninh: Co To island to put a ban on plastic bags and bottles from Sept 1st
As a move to sustainable tourism, Co To island district, Quang Ninh province has issued a regulation on prohibiting visitors from bringing in plastic bags and bottles. The ban would be trialed for a few months before it becomes official.
Việt Nam ranks 96th on global sustainable tourism list
Euromonitor International report ranked Việt Nam as 96th of 99 countries for sustainable tourism.
Homestay service offers sustainable tourism
Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province are operating an experimental home-stay service as part of a project to improve the livelihoods of ethnic…
“Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for Development”
Message from Mr. Taleb Rifai, Secretary General of World Tourism Organization: Tourism is today the 3rd largest export industry in the world after chemicals and fuels. It brings hope, prosperity and understanding to so many lives and livelihoods all over the world. 
Tay Ninh looks to develop sustainable tourism industry
The People’s Committee of southwestern Tay Ninh Province held an international seminar on July 31 to introduce its tourism potential, advantages, and development prospects.  
The 29th Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commissions: Promoting the role of sustainable tourism in the International Year 2017
(TITC) - This is one of important contents in the 29th joint meeting of the UNWTO Commissions for East Asia - Pacific and South Asia held by World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in collaboration with Bangladesh Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism on 17 May 2017 in Chittagong City, Bangladesh.
Toward sustainable tourism in northeastern mountainous province
Ban Gioc Waterfall, one among many renowned tourist destinations in Cao Bang. No more overcrowding, spontaneous business activities or street garbage.
Lao Cai develops sustainable tourism
The northwestern mountainous province of Lai Cai has made bold investment in developing tourism in an effort to make it a key economic sector.
An Giang promotes sustainable tourism
The Mekong Delta province of An Giang has doubled efforts to develop green and sustainable tourism.
Granting certificate of Green Lotus Label for 33 accommodations
(TITC) - According to the report at the conference held on 19 November 2015 by Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), up to June 2014, there were 33 Viet Nam’s tourist accommodations granted the certificate of the Green Lotus Label.
Viet Nam promotes tourism in Singapore
(TITC) - From October 21 - 23, 2015, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) participated in ITB Asia 2015 in Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre (Singapore).  
Heritage preservation key to sustainable tourism
Heritage preservation was singled out as a key measure to develop sustainable tourism in central Quang Nam province at a conference on cultural preservation and tourism development. 
VNAT’s activities in Mekong Delta Green Tourism Week 2015
(TITC) – From June 25 – July 03, 2015, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism organizes activities in the framework of Mekong Delta Green Tourism Week 2015 (June 27 - July 03, 2015). This event is held by Southwest Region Steering Committee in coordination with Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and People's Committee of Can Tho City.
Quang Nam steady towards sustainable tourism
The central province of Quang Nam welcomed 1.65 million foreign tourists in 2013, accounting for one fifth of the country’s total foreign visitors in the year, according to the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Solutions to develop sustainable tourism
(TITC) – According to Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan – General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, during the last two decades, Vietnam tourism has strongly grown; representing an impressive annual growth of 12%; contributing to developing national economy, eradicating hunger and poverty, ensuring social security, preserving and upholding cultural values, protecting environment, maintaining national security. However, the current tourism development still faces many…