Updated  
February, 28 2014 09:19:14

Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort offers cable car discounts

HCM CITY (VNS) — The Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort will offer a 40 per cent discount for its cable car ride and a buffet between March 1 and March 2.

The sales promotion is being offered in honour of Women's Day, which is on March 8.

The resort has launched a spiritual tour to the mountaintop, which boasts a temple complex. The tour will take visitors to see the Goddess of the Forest statue, a pagoda, a nine-storey tower and a four-tonne bronze bell tower.

The mountain also offers trekking routes within the precincts of the nature reserve, a wax museum and an entertainment area.

Tourists can travel to the top of the mountain in 17 minutes by taking the new cable car route, which has four Guinness World records to its credit. — VNS


Send Us Your Comments:
Name:
Your E-mail address:
Title:
 

VietNamNews may edit your comments and not all emails will be published.

Highlight

Russia economic gloom hurts tourism Russia economic gloom hurts tourism

The number of Russian tourists arriving in Viet Nam is expected to decline at the beginning of 2015, due to the devaluation of the ruble in Russia.

PM calls for police to remain vigilant 1    PM calls for police to remain vigilant

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung yesterday urged police nationwide to step up vigilance next year against the nefarious designs of hostile and criminal forces.

New detox policy sees theft decline 1    New detox policy sees theft decline

HCM City has seen a slight decrease in the number of thefts, robberies and drug sales two weeks after deciding to send drug addicts without a stable residence to two local centres, according to local police.

New sitcom draws teen viewers New sitcom draws teen viewers

5S Online, a popular new sitcom aimed at teenagers, demonstrates that the sitcom genre is catching on in Viet Nam.

Viet Nam faces forestry restructuring hurdles Viet Nam faces forestry restructuring hurdles

Viet Nam needs to tackle several major challenges in order to restructure its forestry sector, said Nguyen Xuan Quat, a professor at the Research Institute for Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Certification.