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Hue is the first city of Vietnam that winning the WWF green title

Hue is an ancient city; belong to the central land of Vietnam. Hue has enough charm to keep you staying as long as you can afford the time to visit.

World Wide Fund For Nature – WWF is a competition that invited cities to do more than turning off lights during Earth Hour.

On June 2016, Hue has been named among 18 National Earth Hour Capitals worldwide, a title given by the conservation group WWF to honor sustainable urban development.

Hue ancient city of Vietnam

Hue ancient city of Vietnam

There are 125 cities from 21 countries around the world compete the “International Green City”. Hue City is the first in Vietnam to attend the campaign.

Even in the first time to participate, Hue passes rigorous criteria of the program. The town has committed to reduce its greenhouse gases by 20 percent in 2020, compared to 2011.

Included with this commitment are 7 specific action plans, which focuses on urban greening, green tourism development, waste water treatment and efficient public lighting systems intelligent use renewable energy and building materials environmentally friendly.

Besides the cities: Chiangrai of Thailand, Jakarta of Indonesia, Petaling Jaya of Malaysia, Santa Rosa of the Philippines and Singapore. Hue is the six Southeast Asian winners of the title.

America, four from Europe and three from India, China and South Africa are five other winners.

Paris of France took home the Global Earth Hour Capital title as its plans have been considered a role model for climate action for cities around the world.

If you wish to visit Hue city of Vietnam, let plan your first step is apply our Vietnam visa service. Then you can easy to discover the history, landscape, tombs of Nguyen’s dynasty, enjoy the special foods, etc.

Please take note that Visa on arrival service is available for air with your arrive at the international airports only: Tan Son Nhat (HCM), Noi Bai (Hanoi), Danang, Cam Ranh (Khanh Hoa)

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