(TITC) - Hoi An Ancient Town and traditional craft villages will be free to visit on 4th December 2022.
Ngoc Linh ginseng leaf has just been approved to be the symbol of Quang Nam green tourism instead of basil leaf.
(TITC) - In the last two months of 2022 and the beginning of January 2023, there are countless of activities will take place in Hoi An (Quang Nam Province) to celebrate Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (23rd November), 23 years of Hoi An being honoured as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO (4th December), 5 years of central Vietnam's Bai Choi Singing art being recognised as a UNESCO Representative intangible cultural heritage of humanity (7th December).
(TITC) - On 25th October, at a meeting organised by Quang Nam Provincial People’s Committee, the Closing ceremony of the Visit Vietnam Year - Quang Nam 2022 is planned to take place on 22nd December 2022 at Vinpearl Nam Hoi An.
Viet Nam will host face-to-face gathering of the Mekong Tourism Forum 2022 from 9-14 October in Hoiana Resort & Golf (Hoiana), Quang Nam province, adjacent to Hoi An city, in central of Viet Nam. It will be the first in-person gathering of the six Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) destinations since 2019.
The fourth Ngoc Linh Ginseng Festival officially opened in Tra Mai commune, Nam Tra My district, in the central province of Quang Nam on August 1, as part of activities during the Visit Vietnam Year - Quang Nam 2022.
Quang Nam – host of Visit Vietnam Year 2022 – has released a video clip promoting tourist destinations in the central province.
The opening ceremony of the Hoi An craftsmanship programme took place on July 15 in Hoi An city (Quang Nam province). The programme is of the Visit Vietnam Year - Quang Nam 2022.
A green tour to Dong Giang district (Quang Nam province) has recently been held to respond to the Visit Vietnam Year 2022.
In recent years, in addition to formulating policies on reactivating tourism, Quang Nam province has put forward mechanisms to support and encourage businesses to create new green and environmentally-friendly tourism products. These policies and mechanisms have helped to lure more visitors to the province after a two-year shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.