Nghia Lo welcomes over 11,000 tourists during National Day holidays

  •  Monday, September 5, 2022

During the National Day holidays from September 1-4, Nghia Lo township in Yen Bai province served 11,200 domestic and foreign tourists, earning 8.6 billion VND (365,500 USD) in revenue from accommodation services. Hotels, homestay and accommodation establishments and restaurants have an average service capacity of about 85%.

Domestic and foreign tourists at a homestay establishment in Nghia Lo.
Domestic and foreign tourists at a homestay establishment in Nghia Lo.

Tourist attractions and historical sites such as Cang relic site and Nghia Lo military post, President Ho Chi Minh Monument Site, Cam Hanh temple, traditional cultural villages, community-based tourism sites associated with preserving and promoting national cultural identities, and new tourist sites in Son A and Nghia Loi communes attracted a lot of holiday-makers.

The township also directed sectors, communes and wards to organise many attractive activities. The highlight was to build places introducing local culture, and organise folk games to attract a large number of locals and tourists to participate in, and well ensure political security, social order and safety, and smooth traffic.

Thuy Huong

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