Thua Thien Hue Planning To Welcome Foreign Visitors In December
After 2 years of closure due to Covid-19, Thua Thien Hue Province is preparing to welcome Korean visitors with vaccine passports in December.
The main entrance of forbidden Hue Imperial City
As reported in a meeting of provincial authorities in October, the program is an investment promotion conference with the participation of a large group of Korean. The visitors will get to Thua Thien Hue by a charter flight and attend the conference at Laguna Lang Co Resort Complex.
Accordingly, the resort is eligible to welcome international tourists with isolated locations, fully-vaccinated staff, and Covid-19 prevention measure applied facilities.
Full-vaccinated visitors can play golf, savor Hue’s specialties, and watch featured traditional performances during the time in the resort.
Thua Thien Hue province is renowned for the Hue Citadel, royal tombs, and plenty of historical relics and ancient palaces. Due to the pandemic, the province received only 633,315 visitors in the first nine months of 2021 which reports a 96% decrease in foreign tourists and is 56% lower than the total number last year. The upcoming program will be an opportunity for tourism recovery and promote safe travel activities during the epidemic.
From October 1st, more provinces in Central Vietnam plan to welcome back domestic tourists from safe areas while the North and South focus on intra-provincial tourism.
Recently, the Vietnamese Ministry of Transport has approved a project of using steam-locomotive trains on the Hue – Da Nang Railway, a part of the Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh route, for tourism purposes.
Due to 2 new Covid-19 cases recorded without a specific source of transmission in the community, the provincial authorities of Thua Thien Hue have recently prohibited gatherings exceeding 20 people and paused all tourist attractions and historical relics since Thursday, August 12.