Mater plan for Mau Son national tourism site announced
NDO – The Lang Son provincial People’s Committee on November 6 announced the master plan for the Mau Son national tourism site in the period until 2040, which was previously approved by the Prime Minister in October.
The tourist site is located in the Mau Son mountain range, 30km to the east of Lang Son city. The mountain range comprises of 80 mountain peaks at a height of between 800m and 1,000m.
The plan serves as a foundation to turn Mau Son into a national tourist site by 2040, thus contributing to attracting more visitors to the site and the northern mountainous region in general. It also aims to preserve and promote the natural landscapes and cultural identity of the site.
Accordingly, it is envisioned the Mau Son national tourism site will cover the entire Cong Son and Mau Son communes in Cao Loc district, and Mau Son commune in Loc Binh district, along with part of Bang Khanh, Xuan Man, Dong Buc, Huu Khanh and Yen Khoai in Loc Binh districts, a total area of around 14,964 hectares.
Trade, service, culture, sports, religious complexes and accommodation along with a technical infrastructure system serving tourism activities and scientific research will be developed, meeting the requirements need to develop local tourism, maintain security-defence, and create jobs for local workers.
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