Nghe An, the largest province in the North Central part of Viet Nam, is calling on massive investment of around US $250 million in 22 projects on marine and eco-tourism from now to 2015.
These projects include an eco-tourist area at Khe Kem Waterfall (worth of US $63 million), a tourist area at Quyet Mountain-Ben Thuy (US $25 million), Sao Va Waterfall (US $10 million), and Nghi Thiet Beach (US $6 million).
To tap its tourist potentials, the local authorities of Nghe An called upon investors to get involved in sea, convalescence and eco-tourism, sites in Quynh Lưu, Cua Lo, Nghi Loc, Con Cuong and Nam Dan Districts.
These projects are expected to create new, attractive and typical tourist products for Nghe An and the Central region of Viet Nam.
In addition, the locality also thirsts for more flows of investment building more commercial centers, sports services, entertainment parks, and so on.
The authorities of Nghe An pledge to grant numerous incentives for investors in terms of investment promotion, site clearance, better infrastructure, and land lease.
Source: Government website