Tram Chim National Park develops tourism in sustainable way

VietNamNet Bridge – With a special-use forest and wetland ecosystems, Tram Chim National Park is Vietnam’s fourth Ramsar site and the world’s 2,000th. Tram Chim National Park is Vietnam’s fourth Ramsar site Tram Chim has a total area of more than 7,300 hectares, including a cajuput forest with 10-20 year old trees, covering an area of 3,000 ha, with rich vegetation.   According to Ngo Quang Tuyen, deputy director of the Dong Thap provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Tram Chim is one of seven key tourism sites in the local tourism development plan in 2015-2020. 

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