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February, 28 2014 09:17:42

Ca Mau aims to attract 910,000 visitors in 2014

HCM CITY (VNS) — The southernmost province of Ca Mau has set a target to attract 910,000 visitors this year, including 19,000 international travelers. To this end, the province's tourism sector has begun a campaign to popularise the region through exploiting existing tourism attractions, and connecting with neighboring provinces and cities.

The province received 27,000 tourists in the first two months of this year, up 19 per cent year-on-year.

Total turn-over from tourism in the past two months reached VND22 billion ($1,1 million), up 23 per cent on last year. — VNS


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