Luc Yen Tourism striving to recover after COVID-19
- Thursday, June 2, 2022
YBO - To resume tourism activities in the post-pandemic period, Yen Bai’s Luc Yen district has built ‘safe and friendly destinations’ and fully reopened to tourists.
Thanks to environmental protection efforts, Huoi Luong stream in Lam Thuong commune of Luc Yen district remains clean and a much-loved tourist destination in summer.
Lung Cung Mountain is described by trekking lovers as a “wanderer” in the beautiful land of Mu Cang Chai as it is covered with white clouds all year round, turning its peak into a small oasis in the midst of a sea of clouds.
Yen Bai province welcomed 805,755 tourists, including 2,200 foreigners, in the first 6 months of 2022, equaling 73.3% of the yearly plan and up 59.6% against the same period last year.
Every June, mountains in the mountainous district of Mu Cang Chai seem to have a new look when they are covered with diverse colours of the watering season.
In addition to attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists to explore the natural landscape and resort destinations every year, Mu Cang Chai in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai is also an attractive destination for a large number of holiday-makers who want to experience local cultural and religious activities.