From the world’s biggest cave to tiny islands, here’s why you should visit Vietnam

Home to some of the world’s most impressive natural wonders, from the 1,600 islands of Hạ Long Bay to the world’s largest cave, Vietnam is now taking steps to make its future more sustainable.

Throughout 2023, Visit Vietnam is working in partnership with Binh Thuan – a province in the country’s southeast – to focus on green products, clean energy and sustainable development.

“Of course, we try to develop, but we try to develop in a very sustainable way,” says Dinh Ngoc Duc, Director of Marketing at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Vietnam Tourism.

“Firstly, it means that we are trying to encourage local destinations and even travel agent tour

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