The province will focus on tours of cultural and cuisine heritages and resorts, honeymoons and cultural exchange for students, office workers, retirees and the elderly in Japan.
In the RoK, it plans resort and golf tours and others introducing historical and cultural values, mostly for middle-aged and elderly people.
Priority will be given to married couples with children and middle-aged tourists from Australia with homestay and natural landscape tours.
Island and ecological tours are also expected to attract German, European and American visitors.
Major domestic markets include Ho Chi Minh City, southwestern and southeastern provinces.
Dong Nai is well-known for tourist attractions such as Cat Tien national park, Tri An lake, Mo spring and Dong Nai River, Sayangva and Ong pagoda festivals, Buu Long tourism area and Long Thanh golf course, among others.
According to the provincial People’s Committee, Dong Nai is home to more than 1,800 foreign-invested projects from 45 countries and territories, mostly Japan, the RoK, Germany and Australia. The province expects tourism promotion will attract more investment in the future.-VNA