Quang Ngai’s tourism recovers rapidly

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(VOVWORLD) - With the COVID-19 pandemic under control, Quang Ngai province is now restoring its tourism activities rapidly after a period a suspension. The number of visitors to the province has increased sharply.
Quang Ngai’s tourism recovers rapidly - ảnh 1Suoi Chi tourist site in Nghia Hanh district, Quang Ngai province (Photo: Vinh Thong/VOV)

Since the lunar New Year holiday, tens of thousands of visitors have visited Quang Ngai province, which is famous for marine tours of Ly Son island, Sa Huynh, My Khe and Thach Ky Dieu Tau beach as well as ecological and community tours and tours of traditional craft villages.

The province has implemented several stimulus packages to attract tourists and local businesses have upgraded their tourism infrastructure, facilities and products.

Nguyen Huu Hoa, an investor in the Suoi Chi Ecological Tourism Site in Nghia Hanh district, says: “We have built new check-in places, repaired and upgraded tourism sites, and diversified and improved our tourism products to attract more visitors.”

Quang Ngai’s tourism recovers rapidly - ảnh 2New tourism products have been launched in Quang Ngai to attract more visitors (Photo: Vinh Thong/VOV)

Determined to revive the tourism sector as soon as possible, Quang Ngai province has implemented several stimulus packages, enhanced cooperation between travel agencies and service providers, created new tourism products, and trained human resources for the hospitality sector. The province worked out a three-phase roadmap for tourism recovery in order to ensure health safety.

Huynh Thi Phuong Hoa, Deputy Director of the Quang Ngai provincial Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, said Quang Ngai intends to become a safe, friendly destination.

“We have begun our recovery plan. District and communal People’s Committees have  held meetings with tourism businesses and service providers to find ways to improve the quality of tourism products and services and prepare human resources to serve tourists. Relevant agencies have also prepared to welcome back visitors,” said Ms. Hoa,