HAI PHONG TOURISM – THE CURRENT SITUATION AND ISSUES

Pham Van Long

Abstract


Tourism has been identified by the Party and State to develop into a spearhead economic sector of the country. Hai Phong city converges favorable conditions for tourism development such as diverse tourism resources, and relatively synchronous infrastructure. During the integration period, Hai Phong tourism has achieved many remarkable results, but not commensurate with the potential and advantages of the city. From the practice of developing tourism business activities in the city in recent years, the view and orientation of developing tourism to become a spearhead economic sector, one of the three pillars of socio-economic development of the city are posing problems for Hai Phong's tourism to solve.

 

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tourism; Hai Phong; current situation; development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpss.v5i2.1330

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