Vietnam: Travel to Love! Visit Ninh Binh - Tourism promotion video makes debut
The 60-second-long video clip showcases the beautiful landscapes of Ninh Binh on YouTube digital platform.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has just released the latest promotional clip among a series of videos simulating Vietnam tourism called “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Visit Ninh Binh”.
|Mua Cave - Ninh Binh Province. Photo: The Hanoi Times|
The video is a part of a national tourism promotion campaign entitled “Vietnam: Travel to Love!” (“Vietnam: Di de Yeu!”), which was launched by the administration with the companionship of Google and VinPearl early this year.
The 60-second-long video clip showcases the beautiful landscapes of Ninh Binh. As a province boasting varied landscape from the mountainous, plain, river to coastal areas, Ninh Binh is home to diverse and unique natural resources to develop tourism such as Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, Bai Dinh Mountain, Cuc Phuong National Park, Van Long wetland natural reserve, Kenh Ga mineral hot springs, or Kim Son coastal area. Moreover, the province also has nearly two thousand historical and cultural relics, including those in the list of national treasures.
Selected to be the host of the National Tourism Year 2021, Ninh Binh Province has planned to host a series of national and international economic and cultural events to promote local tourism. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no tourism event has been organized so far.
The clip is created based on images provided by some Vietnamese vloggers such as Trieu Dinh Nam, Dinh Huy, Flycam 4K, and Sunny Vietnam.
Previously, the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has already released three video clips which are “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - The Country and People”, “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Culture and Food Destination” and “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – The Immense Sea is Calling”.
These promotional tourism clips are on the YouTube channel of the Vietnam National Tourism Administration at https://www.youtube.com/vietnamtourismmedia.
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