Quang Binh Promotes Tourism In Ha Noi

The central province of Quang Binh and the capital city of Ha Noi co-organised a convention in Ha Noi on March 25 to advertise tourism connectivity.

Quang Binh promotes tourism in Ha NoiThe occasion shapes a part of the programme “Quang Binh within the coronary heart of Ha Noi” held from March 25-27.

It created likelihood for Quang Binh to introduce its tradition and strengths to attract extra home and worldwide guests through Ha Noi, Vice chairman of the provincial Individuals’s Committee Tran Tien Dung stated.

The convention additionally enabled the 2 sides’ companies to hunt companions, he added, calling on companies and traders, particularly these from Hanoi and northern localities, to draw extra guests to Quang Binh.

New air routes between Dong Hoi and Cat Bi (Hai Phong), and Dong Hoi-Chiang Mai (Thailand) have been launched on the occasion.

Plenty of Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) have been signed on the convention, together with a MoU on creating Quang Binh-Ha Noi tourism cooperation for the 2017-2020 interval, and one other inked between Quang Binh and Ha Noi tourism associations, and Quang Binh Tourism Data and Promotion Heart and UNESCO Ha Noi Travel Membership.

In a while the day, a programme “Quang Binh within the coronary heart of Ha Noi” was launched in Ly Thai To backyard, re-enacting a part of Quang Binh, particularly its well-known caves, proper in Ha Noi’s strolling avenue.

Quang Binh boasts wealthy tourism assets in Viet Nam and Southeast Asia. It's dwelling to the UNESCO World Heritage Web site Phong Nha – Ke Bang Nationwide Park and the world’s largest cave Son Doong.

The province additionally has the longest shoreline in Viet Nam with lovely seashores and particular seafood dishes, and it's chosen as one of many filming locations of the film “Kong: Skull Island” – which is anticipated to carry nice advantages to the native tourism.

It's preserving invaluable tangible and intangible cultural values comparable to “ca tru” (ceremonial singing), and “ho khoan” (a style of Vietnamese folks music in Le Thuy District).