High-tech agricultural tourism attracts visitors

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Da Lat resort city in the central highland province of Lam Dong has recently attracted a great number of visitors with high-tech agriculture, clean vegetable gardens and fruit gardens.

Da Lat resort city in the central highland province of Lam Dong has recently attracted a great number of visitors with high-tech agriculture, clean vegetable gardens and fruit gardens.

Tourists visit high-tech gardens pick and buy high-quality and clean products directly at the gardens. (Photo: Sggp)

The garden covering on an area of more than 3,000 square meters of farmer Le Huu Phan in the Ward No.9 receives hundreds of tourists every day. Phan is known for his garden of giant pumpkins, originating from America, black tomato, cherry tomato and other strange fruits and vegetables.

Vuong Dinh Phi’s strawberry garden at Thanh Mau Street is one of the first gardens in Da Lat to permit tourists to visit and pick their own fruit.

Tens of households on Thanh Mau Street in the Ward No.8 have combined traditional agricultural production and ecotourism. Tourists can visit high-tech gardens of artiso, strawberry, vegetables, potato, and flowers; learn about growing clean vegetables model; pick and buy high-quality and clean products directly at the gardens.

The model of high-tech agricultural tourism has been implemented in Xuan Huong Street in the Ward No.9 and Trai Mat in the Ward No.11 under the permission by the provincial People’s Committee.

According to Head of the management department of tourism under the Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism of Lam Dong Province, lack of professional tourism skills and unstable combination between farmers and travel units are two of the problems that can not boost the development of the model of high-tech agricultural tourism.

The provincial authorities will focus on training tourist business skill for gardeners, building homestay tours to bring economic benefits to growers but also contribute to tourism development in the province, he added.

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