Hoi An tourism reopened after the Covid-19 epidemic

On September 22, Hoi An City Culture - Sports & Television - Audio Center said that Hoi An tourism will start to open again after a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Accordingly, from September 24, 2020, Hoi An city officially re-implemented the project "Street for pedestrians and non-motor vehicles", "Night street", traditional craft villages, and activities of guide to see sight Hoi An ancient town.

The attractions in Hoi An will reopen on September 24.

Along with the reopening, Hoi An also offers a preferential policy on tickets to visit the Old Quarter, which is a 50% discount on the ticket price, applicable from September 24 to October 31, 2020.

The project "Street for pedestrians and non-motor vehicles", "Night Street" has long been a unique cultural tourism product bearing Hoi An brand. The project provides a quiet space for visitors to watch the serene beauty of the Old Quarter, enjoy the melodious music, and experience cultural and artistic activities without impacted by any noise or traffic on the road.

Singing "Bai Choi" (hut song) is a cultural activity attracting night tourists in Hoi An.

After a period of implementation, the project has attracted the attention of tourists, bringing many practical benefits to the local community and contributing to the development of tourism economy in Hoi An. Hours of operation, morning from 9am to 11am; afternoon, evening from 15:00 to 21:00.

Art activities of "Night Street" such as chanting the song “Bai Choi” (Singing in the hut) at An Hoi roundabout every night; folk games blindfolded smashing pots at Chau Thuong Van street from 7:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. every night; "Voice of the Piano" music spot from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm every Saturday night, along with many artistic activities such as Hoi An costume show - Time memories, folk songs, folk culture performances ... take place on weekends.

Bay Mau coconut forest opens to serve tourists back.

Along with that, from September 24, the old traditional craft villages of Hoi An such as Thanh Ha pottery village and Tra Que vegetable village also reopened to serve tourists to visit and experience.

Previously, from September 12, the People's Committee of Cam Thanh commune (Hoi An) also allowed sightseeing and tourism activities by basket boat in Bay Mau Coconut Forest to be allowed to operate again.

To prevent the Covid-19 epidemic, from July 28, 2020, Hoi An suspended tourism activities to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic in the community.

Up to now, it is found that the epidemic situation in Vietnam has been under control and the travel needs of people have increased after weeks of social isolation; Hoi An authorities, businesses, and people have been urgently preparing the necessary conditions very well to open the door to welcome visitors back to Hoi An.

In particular, attractions, entertainment, accommodation services, restaurants ... have also launched attractive stimulus packages to attract tourists to Hoi An on this occasion.

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