Can Tho - Phu Yen signed cooperation for tourism development

Can Tho - Phu Yen signed cooperation for tourism development
     
On the morning of October 19, at Dong Ha Hotel Fortuneland, Phu Yen Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Can Tho Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism organize the conference on cooperation in tourism development in Phu Yen - Can Tho and the Mekong Delta provinces.
 
 
Leaders of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Tourism Association of two provinces and cities and more than 20 tourism business enterprises in two localities attend the conference.
 
At the seminar, Deputy Director of Phu Yen Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Pham Van Bay introduced the potential strengths and current tourism products of Phu Yen, as well as direction, content of cooperation, tourism development between Phu Yen and Can Tho.
 
Mr. Le Minh Son, Deputy Director of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Can Tho agreed to promote, concretize the contents of cooperation, information and promotion to support enterprises between provinces. Jointly develop the tourism market of each other.
 
At the end of the conference program, the leaders of the two departments signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation to develop tourism in the near future, and presented souvenirs as the famous destination paintings of the two localities.
 
 
Phu Yen with the advantages of coastal and marine tourism in the South Central Coast. Meanwhile, Can Tho, as well as the western provinces of the Mekong Delta, have strong advantages in eco-tourism. In fact, the market shows that Phu Yen has demand for tourism in the West and vice versa, but there are not many tours to exploit this route. Tourists do not have much information as there are no promotional activities. That is why Phu Yen organizes a delegation to survey tourist sites and hold a conference to cooperate in tourism development in Can Tho. Signing between localities is the basis for the travel agencies to build tours to connect tourists between the two regions.