Ninh Thuan launches international kitesurfing week 2022

Thursday, 24/11/2022 15:30
The international kitesurfing week 2022 and other cultural and tourism events will be held from December 16 to 25 in the southern province of Ninh Thuan, with many exciting activities.
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 Kitesurf athletes practice in Ninh Thuan. (Photo: nhandan.vn)

The information was released in a press conference held by the Ninh Hai district People’s Committee, Ninh Thuan province, on November 23.

At the press conference, Chairman of Ninh Hai District People’s Committee Tran Minh Thai said that the event aims to strengthen linkages and cooperation in tourism development between localities, creating opportunities for travel businesses inside and outside the province to explore, expand the market and build new tours.

The event also aims to raise awareness and responsibilities of all levels, sectors and ethnic minorities in preserving and promoting good traditional cultural identities, natural resources for tourism development.

At the same time, the event also aims to introduce and promote cultural values, types of ecotourism, community, sports, and typical agricultural products, in order to attract investment resources to develop tourism in Ninh Thuan Province in the future.

On the sidelines, there are many other activities, such as: Boat race on Nai Lagoon, women’s beach volleyball competition, journey to conquer Na Ra-Binh Tien Golf course, Sailing Bay Ninh Chu International kitesurfing performance festival, Vinh Hy Apricot Flower Festival associated with OCOP pavilion exhibition, and journey to discover Nui Chua World Biosphere Reserve.

In addition, cultural programmes, arts, folk games, food culture, a Christmas market, child modeling and carnivals will take place every night.

From 2016 to 2020, Ninh Hai district welcomed nearly 4 million domestic and international tourists with total social income from tourism activities reaching more than 2,000 billion./.

 

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