The two-day fruit fest will be held along a section of Anh Dung Street in Tay Son Town by the Ninh Son District administration in collaboration with Charm Group.
The fruit fest is part of a series of unique and attractive sport, cultural, and tourism activities in Ninh Thuan Province. These activities aim to respond to UNESCO’s recognition of the pottery art of Vietnam’s Cham ethnic group as intangible cultural heritage in need of urgent protection. Visitors can expect to be delighted with a variety of local fruits during the fest.
In addition to the fruit fest, there will be a ceremony to receive the UNESCO certificate and the Ninh Thuan Grape – Wine Festival 2023. This event will take place between June 13 and 18.
Prior to these events, Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper, in collaboration with the Ninh Son District People’s Committee, will organize a seminar themed “Ninh Son – Land for Growth” on Sunday. The seminar aims to introduce the fruit-growing hub in Ninh Thuan Province.
Ninh Son District is known for its abundant land resources, strong irrigation systems, and favorable weather conditions, making it a potential area for agricultural development. The district specializes in growing grapefruit, mangosteen, avocado, rambutan, mango, and jackfruit.
In recent years, the district has focused on developing fruit farms, orchid gardens, apple gardens, and cantaloupe farms. These initiatives serve both the agriculture demands and tourism activities in the area, aiming for sustainable ecotourism development.
The seminar will feature speakers such as Kieu Tan Thinh, chairman of the People’s Committee of Ninh Son District under Ninh Thuan Province; Duong Dang Minh, head of the district’s Agriculture and Rural Development division; Thai Quang Man, vice chairman of the Lam Son Commune administration; and Nguyen Thanh Tu, vice chairman of the Nhon Son Commune administration.
The seminar will be broadcasted on the Tuoi Tre website (tuoitre.vn) at 10:00 am on Sunday.
|Ninh Son District is focusing on the combination of agriculture and tourism. Photo: The Kiet / Tuoi Tre|