The Nghe An provincial People's Committee held a ceremony, on January 13, to announce the Prime Minister's decision No. 1943 / QD-TTg, dated November 27, 2020 on approving the master plan for conservation, renovation and promotion of the value of National Special National Relic Site Commemorating President Ho Chi Minh in Kim Lien Village, Nam Dan District, Nghe An province.
HCM City has developed a plan to develop new riverside activities and economic services along the Saigon River in the 2020-2045 period.
The Da Nang People’s Council has adopted a resolution on offering free admission to a selection of local tourist attractions throughout 2021, including the Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountain) landscape site, the Da Nang Museum, the Museum of Cham Sculpture and the Da Nang Fine Arts Museum.
The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum has held an exhibition on “Discovering the architectural heritage of the One Pillar – Dien Huu Pagoda from the Ly Dynasty through Virtual Reality (VR) technology”, developed from research results of the SEN Heritage group.
Districts across Ho Chi Minh City are eager to replicate the success of existing “walking streets” and street food markets, while many fret over foreseeable traffic jam that comes with closing off roads.
The Cuu Long (Mekong Delta) province of Kien Giang has seen a rebound in domestic tourism and tourist numbers are expected to surge during the New Year and Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays.
Tourism cooperation between HCM City and other provinces has helped boost the recovery of the local tourism industry, experts said.
A conference on restructuring the tourist market took place on November 19 in Hanoi, within the framework of the Vietnam International Travel Mart 2020 (November 18-21).
From now to the end of 2020, the tourism industry of the city will boost cooperation with localities nationwide to stimulate domestic travel.
The draft national plan on cultural tourism will focus on the development of two key areas which are cuisine and heritage.