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Book explores My Son Sanctuary for the benefit of tourists

Update: April, 16/2013 - 10:13
DA NANG (VNS)— My Son Sanctuary-World Heritage Site, a new book designed in the shape of a Cham brick, is now available at the site for VND100,000 (US$4.70).

The book, printed by the UNESCO office in South Korea and Asiana Airlines, aims to introduce tourists to the sanctuary's history and significance. It comes in English, Korean and Vietnamese.

"It's like a longer brochure for the My Son tourism site. Dozen of paintings by Vietnamese artists depict the Cham towers, instead of photos," said Huynh Tan Lap, deputy director of the site's managing board.

The world heritage site hosted 68,000 tourists, including 57,000 foreigners, in the first three months of the year.

Last year, the site welcomed 209,000 visitors. — VNS


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