|Quang Ninh will work to restore tourism products and services while safely adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: VNA)
Director of the provincial Department of Tourism Pham Ngoc Thuy affirmed that the locality is now totally ready for tourism resumption.
Following the tourism campaign, there will be a roadshow throughout southern cities and provinces, and other localities where many industrial and processing zones are located to promote Quang Ninh’s image.
Roadshows will also be held in major markets like China, the Republic of Korea (RoK), Japan and Thailand when possible, according to the official.
Quang Ninh plans to organise a total of about 70 cultural, sport, tourism and trade events and programmes this year to attract holidaymakers. It will also host seven sports of the SEA Games 31, which is expected to help the locality lure more visitors.
The province aims to welcome from 9.5 million to 10 million tourists in 2022, and earn more than 830 million USD from tourism.
In 2011, Ha Long Bay, literally “descending dragon bay”, surpassed more than 400 destinations from over 200 countries and territories to be named as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World by the New Open World.