HCM City (VNA) – The current weak infrastructure system is hindering the development of domestic waterway tourism in Ho Chi Minh City.floating restaurants in the Nha Rong Wharf (Dragon Wharf) in district 4 were told by the new owner of the port, the Ngoc Vien Dong Urban Investment and Development Ltd. Co, that they are not allowed to dock there anymore.tourism boats and floating restaurants to dock there.
Since early 2015, the company has paid a fee of 400 million VND (18,000 USD) per month for its three boats as docking at the Nha Rong Wharf, which is three times higher than the rate of 100 million VND when they were in the Bach Dang Wharf.HCM City but only the Tan Cang port is good enough for tourism,” Lieu Thi My Hanh, director of the company said.
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