Quang Ninh (VNA) – Member
economies of a Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) should step adult a application
of technologies in informal tourism growth amid a Fourth Industrial
Revolution 4.0 (FIR), a Vietnamese
At a APEC High Level
Policy Dialogue on Sustainable Tourism that took place in northeastern Quang Ninh province’s Ha Long
city on Jun 19, General Director of a DTT Technology Group Nguyen The Trung,
who is also member of a Government FIR Working Group, highlighted advantages
of requesting synthetic egghead (AI) and technologies in a tourism sector.
According to the
expert, a FIR gives people some-more giveaway time and saves work force, thus
increasing a direct for travel. It also enables new areas for tourism
development, such as space tours and blended travel.
APEC economies should
impose cranky limit digital government in sequence to boost ride information
exchanging, and promote information management, he said.
One-door policies have
been practical in a fields of transport, healthcare, cultivation and trade in
the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Trung said, suggesting that
APEC economies should also do a same in tourism cooperation.
APEC members should
also launch an information portal to share their best practices and connect
cross-border campaigns on tolerable and obliged tourism, as good as
promote a region’s tourism potential, he said.
More informative exchanges
should be conducted among APEC members to raise bargain among regional
people, so that locals can yield improved and some-more applicable support for tourists,
thus luring some-more visitors from APEC members.
To date, Vietnam has
exempted entrance visa for 9 member economies and implemented electronic visas
for 3 other economies, formulating enlightened conditions for travelers.
In 2016, tip 10 source
markets of Vietnam are APEC member economies. Vietnam welcomed a record series of
10 million general visitors in a year, including over 8.1 million
foreign tourists, or 81 percent from APEC economies, including China, Russia,
Japan, Australia, a Republic of Korea and a US.-VNA