On June 28, in Tay Ninh province, a conference on tourism development in the Southeast region took place. At the conference, leaders of Ho Chi Minh City, Tay Ninh, Binh Phuoc, Binh Duong, Dong Nai and Ba Ria - Vung Tau signed an agreement on cooperation in tourism development cooperation in the region 2020-2025; coordinating to deploy activities of cooperating to develop regional tourism in the period of 2020-2021.
According to the Vietnam Tourism Development Strategy and Master Plan up to 2020, with a vision to 2030 approved by the Prime Minister, the Southeast is identified as one of the seven tourism development regions with a role Important for national tourism. Not only has many advantages in developing industry and services, the Southeast region is assessed to have many potentials and strengths for tourism development. The cooperation in tourism cooperation in the Southeast region needs to focus on 5 main issues: Developing tourism products with regional links, emphasizing the unique characteristics of each locality; cooperation in marketing, promotion and tourism promotion; human resource training cooperation; cooperate, share experiences in state management of tourism and create conditions for tourism businesses to meet and cooperate with each other.
With its advantages, Dong Nai province currently has 24 resorts with many types of tourism such as: Sightseeing, entertainment, ecology, sports, beliefs, culture .... At the same time, in recent years, existing tourist areas such as Buu Long and Mango Garden (Bien Hoa), Giang Dien (Trang Bom), Suoi Mo (Tan Phu), Chua Chan mountain national landscape (Xuan Loc) , O Island - Dong Truong Island (Vinh Cuu) ... has been invested and attracted many tourists inside and outside the province to choose and visit.
In addition, nine leading travel businesses in Ho Chi Minh City have signed a cooperation agreement to develop tourism stimulating products with 20 service providers in the provinces. Enterprises participating in the cooperation agreement will have preferential policies on prices until the end of 2020 to build regional tourism products of quality and attractive prices to stimulate domestic tourism demand. especially stimulating tourism to the Southeast region.