38 new tourism products to be introduced to holiday-makers in 2023
Localities across Quang Ninh province have undertaken preparatory tasks for the launching of 38 new tourism products from this summer to the end of 2023 in an attempt to attract more tourists.
Accordingly, Ha Long city will launch eight products, including those piloted in the previous years such as night cruise tours and sport tourism.
The relic site of Bai Tho mountain has already been reopened to provide tourists with mountain climbing experiences to discover cultural and historical values, and contemplate the beauty of Ha Long Bay and Ha Long city from above.
The border city of Mong Cai will introduce 5 new tourism products featuring unique cuisine and culture and the landscape of the border land, focusing in Hai Xuan, Bac Son, Quang Duc and Binh Ngoc communes.
Van Don district will launch six products, including an orange week, two walking streets and three ones related to Bai Tu Long National Park, which boasts a pristine and beautiful landscape and biodiversity value. Van Don will focus on exploiting the potential and strengths of its forests and sea with products such as kayaking, rafting, scuba diving, exploring caves, and nighttime tours.
Three new tourism products of Co To island district include scuba diving in Thanh Lan island, camping on Ba Chau beach of Thanh Lan island and visiting islands near the shore. They are expected to draw visitors that love adventure tourism.
Other products include entertainment and resort tourism on Cai Chien island; resort tourism in Da Dung island; spiritual and culture tours to Ba Che district and Quang Yen township’s Ha Nam island; maritime tourism in Tien Yen district; eco-tourism in Binh Lieu district, and camping tourism in Binh Huong and Phuong Hoang mountains in Uong Bi city.
Quang Ninh has long been known as one of the top tourism centres in Viet Nam with numerous attractive destinations and diverse tourism products thanks to the province’s efforts to boost tourism’ growth.
This year, the province aims for 15 million visitors, including 2 million foreigners, and a tourism revenue of 32.4 trillion VND (1.36 billion USD).