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April, 11 2014 09:11:51

Beach town targets 2.7m visitors

THANH HOA (VNS) — The beach town of Sam Son in Thanh Hoa Province has announced its targets for the coming summer tourism season: 2.7 million visitors and a turnover of VND1.5 trillion (US$71.4 million), up 10 per cent and 20 per cent, respectively, over last year.

The town will ensure the prices of all products and services are clearly indicated so that tourists can enjoy their trip without the fear of being ripped off.

Sam Son Tourism Week will be celebrated from April 30 to May 5 with a Sea Tourism Festival and badminton, table tennis, tennis, and other sports events. — VNS


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