Phùng Quang Thắng, director of Hanoitourist Company, vice chairman of the Việt Nam Society of Travel Agents (VISTA), talks to Minh Thu about hard time of Vietnamese tourism.
The tour is being organised with Hanoitourist Travel Company to offer more experiences to travellers but it is not recommended for children under 16.
The three-day event is being held by the Hà Nội Department of Culture and Sports, Hà Nội Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion Centre, Vietnam Airlines and other tourism enterprises.
Heritage education has been effectively taking its role as a lever to boost tourism development in Hà Nội, particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in vast damage to the sector.
Nearly a century since the first issue of Thanh niên newspaper was published, the Vietnamese revolutionary press has blossomed.
Historic sites and tourist attractions in Hà Nội reopened to tourists on Thursday nearly two months after being closed to prevent the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus.
A special programme entitled Hồ Chí Minh - Sáng Ngời Ý Chí Việt Nam (Hồ Chí Minh – Việt Nam Will Shine Bright) will be broadcast live on VTV1 Channel at 8pm on May 18.
Tourists can now visit many tourist destinations which have re-opened since last weekend after the social distancing regulations have been eased.
As of Tuesday, historical relic sites and tourist attractions in Hà Nội were closed for disinfectant measures amid fears of the COVID-19 outbreak.