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Binh Thuan welcomed nearly 5.8 millions of tourists in 2019’s 11 months

 

BT-The number of visitors to Binh Thuan in November, 2019  reached an estimate of nearly 604,300 turns, an increase of 7.28% compared with that of the same month last year. Of which, international tourists is estimated at about 69,600  turns, up 18.71%.

Over the past 11 months, local tourism received nearly 5.8 millions turns of tourists, with more than 700,700 turns of foreign visitors. The majority of international holiday-makers cam to Binh Thuan from Russia (22.34%), China (28.86%), South Korea (14.83%), Thailand (4.36%), Germany (4.11%), U.K (2.43%), France (2.28%), U.S.A (2.1%)… Tourism sector has realized a 11-month revenue of VND 13.894 trillion, raising by 14% in comparison with the same period last year.

To better serve for visitors during the upcoming holidays (Christmas season and Solar New Year), department of Culture-Sports and Tourism lately asked local tourism enterprises to deploy plans to ensure visitors’ safety, security, food hygiene & safety, and especially keep stable prices of rooms and other services. The authorities also suggested functional units to organize cultural, artistic and sporting events to meet tourists’ demand on exploiting local cultural characteristics.

Translated by Phuong Lan (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper)

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