HCMC – The Tra Vinh government is inviting investors to get involved in nine tourism projects that require a total cost of VND4 trillion.
Among these projects, the Ba Dong mangrove forest ecotourism area project is the largest. The project, set to cover 368 hectares of land in Truong Long Hoa Commune in Duyen Hai Town, requires VND1.7 trillion in investment. The area will offer hotel, resort, water sports, food, sightseeing and entertainment services.
The town will also have the Duyen Hai hot spring tourist area in Ward 1 and the Ba Dong beach tourism site inside the Dinh An economic zone. The two projects will cost VND600 billion and VND500 billion, respectively.
Three other ecotourism projects will be located in Long Duc Commune, Cau Ke District and Cau Ngang District.
In addition, the province will develop two cultural and spiritual tourism area projects in Tra Vinh City, with a total cost of some VND300 billion.
A four- or five-star hotel project will also be developed in Tra Vinh City, with a total cost of VND300 billion, the local media reported.
Ecotourism, community tourism, spiritual tourism and sea-based tourism are among the fields prioritized in Tra Vinh Province. The Mekong Delta province is offering incentives and lower corporate income tax to firms involved in these projects.