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April, 25 2014 09:48:40

Hoi An expands tourism services at new beaches

The Hoi An City's People's Committee has guided authorities in Tan Hiep Commune to improve tourism services at the beaches of Bai Ong, Bai Chong and Bai Bac. The city also ordered the commune to expand services at the new beaches of Bai Ruong, Bai Nan and Bai Xep.

According to the Quang Nam Newspaper, Hoi An has welcomed more than 477,000 visitors since January 1, an increase of nine per cent over the same period last year.

Most tourists are from the country's traditional markets, including Australia, the UK, the US and France. — VNS



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