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April, 04 2014 09:35:59

Lao Cai opens online tourism hub for locals, visitors

The People's Committee of the northern province of Lao Cai last week officially opened its tourism website at dulich.laocai.vn with the main aim of bringing news about tourism activities to local people and visitors.

The site is a place for tourism operators to advertise and promote their tours as well as develop their trademarks. It also describes new tourism policies of the Government and province about management of the local tourism sector.

The province hopes that through the new site they will receive customers' ideas on how to improve tourism.

The website is in Vietnamese, English and Chinese. — VNS


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