Hanoi will host a tourism festival from March 23-26, aiming to boost the sector post-pandemic.
Hanoi Centre for Investment, Trade, and Tourism Promotion (HPA) on March 17 held a press conference to introduce the upcoming event. Themed “Connecting heritages for tourism development”, the festival will have 150 booths from 14 cities and provinces nationwide, attracting about 100 businesses.
|Hanoi Centre for Investment, Trade, and Tourism Promotion held a press conference to introduce the festival on March 17 |
Nguyen Thi Mai Anh, deputy director of the HPA, said the 2023 festival will be held with many new and impressive things, focusing on heritage culture stories and promoting tourist destinations in Hanoi.
The festival will include a conference on tourism product development and market development experience; a "Heritage journey" family trip programme, a tourist cyclo parade re-enacting the traditional wedding ceremony, a beer bar, and much more.
The Hanoi Tourism Festival 2023 will be held with many new and impressive attractions promoting tourist destinations, introducing many attractive tourist destinations in Hanoi such as the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, the Old Quarter, and the Ba Vi area, among other attractive spots.
There will also be a real-life experience tour connecting Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Vinh Nghiem Pagoda, Yen Tu, and Co Loa Citadel.
The Hanoi Tourism Festival 2023 is an opportunity to promote exchange activities, honour and connect heritage, develop tourist-oriented tourism products, and attract domestic and international tourists to Hanoi and other localities.
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By Bich Thuy