Why is Vietnam called the hidden charm
I accidentally saw some people looking for answers to the question about “why is vietnam called the hidden charm” or “what is vietnam called the hidden charm”? With the government of Vietnam, here is a proof for answer:
“From the begining of year 2010, The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) will focus on programmes to promote tourism in a number of its crucial markets in the first quarter this year. These programmes include the ITB (Travel Trade Show) 2010 in Berlin from March10-14, the 17th Moscow International Exhibition on Travel and Tourism (MITT) 2010 from March 17-20 and exhibitions to encourage tourists in Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia from February 28-March 6. During these exhibitions, VNAT will put up stands called “Vietnam-the hidden charm” to show the country’s great potential for tourism through photos and exhibits on the millennium anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi, the campaign to vote Ha Long Bay as one of the new wonders of the world and other national cultural and natural heritages.”
But where the story originated from, this is just a matter of concern, the story starts to become interesting to find out. Vietnam is a young country experienced war and restoring peace in 1976 and actually participate in the market economy since 1990. Since then, the development of a potential tourism is still limited, the life of the people of Vietnam are raised and Vietnamese began traveling and making tours around from about 1996. For external of Vietnam, international tourists do not know much about Vietnam. Even for many people, Vietnam is still just a concept of war, life still including guns, bullets, blood and death. Many others, Vietnam was a colonial concept of American victory, but they did not know where is Vietnam.
Through international trade from the 90s, by advertising on the potential of tourism, Vietnam began to attract international tourists from around the years 2005, 2006. All year 2010, Vietnam only received just more than five million international tourists. This proves that Vietnam is a potential charm still hidden and waiting to be explored not only for international tourists but also domestic tourists.
Vietnam is a country that can say is the most quiet and peace in the world, food and fresh food with lots of attractive dishes filled with strange, wild places and less intervention by human hands, the poetic places rated compared to other international locations … and even Vietnamese would have to admit that Vietnam is still much hidden charm waiting to be discovered.