Promoting community-based tourism in Binh Lieu, Quang Ninh province
With ethnic minorities accounting for 96% of the population, the mountainous district of Binh Lieu, Quang Ninh province decided to promote cultural value preservation and develop community-based tourism to promote the local socio-economic development.
About 120km from Ha Long city, Binh Lieu is not only famous for its rich culture, but also for its mild climate, year-round pleasant temperature, and favorable natural landscapes. Possessing a 43 km long border with China, Binh Lieu makes visitors fascinated with majestic mountains, Khe Van or Khe Tien waterfalls, and especially reed paradise – one of the places that is loved by enthusiasts. Most sought after travel in recent times.
Waterfall in Binh Lieu tropical forest
Currently, many cultural conservation models are being developed, such as Tay cultural village in Dong Thanh, Dao culture village in Na Nhai, or Song Mooc – a homestay in Song Mooc commune at an altitude of 1000m above sea level. sea level. In addition to seven tourism categories, Binh Lieu also promotes its unique traditional values through annual festivals, or tourism and cultural weeks.
Quang Ninh in general and Binh Lieu in particular have been investing in infrastructure to connect tourist destinations, making travel routes easier for tourists.