The imprint of Ninh Binh tourism growth In recent years, Ninh Binh marked impressive growth on the Vietnam’s tourism map. In the past five years, the average growth rate of visitors to the province reached about 12.5% a year. In 2018, Ninh Binh welcomed nearly 7.4 million visitors, an increase of 4.6% compared to 2017, of which domestic tourists reaching 6.5 million (up 4.9%) and international arrivals recording 876,000 (up 2.1%). Tourism revenue reached more than VND3.2 trillion, an increase of 19.2% compared to 2017, exceeding the target set by the Provincial Party Committee. In the first seven months of 2019 alone, the province welcomed nearly 5.8 million visitors, reaching 77.24% of the whole-year plan, up 2.1% over the same period in 2018. The advantage in natural, cultural and historical resources with nearly 1,500 relics helps Ninh Binh affirm its position as one of the country’s key tourism development destination. Places such as Hoa Lu ancient capital, Phat Diem stone church, Bai Dinh pagoda, Tam Coc – Bich Dong, Thung Nham bird park, Van Long wetland nature reserve and especially Trang An scenic landscape – the first mixed cultural and natural heritage of Vietnam and Southeast Asia recognised by UNESCO… Read full this story
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