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Published on : Friday, October 21, 2016
The Hue Monuments Conservation Centre (HMCC) in Vietnam has received almost two million visitors, including 1.43 million foreigners, an increase of 36.5 per cent year-on-year, since early 2016, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reports.
To promote the relics’ values and attract more travellers the HMCC will be carrying out the “Promote service for tourism” plan till end of 2016, using community and businesses resources. Till now the plan has helped in earning 11 billion VND (US$493,130) revenue.
The centre has invested nearly 5 billion VND (US$224,100) in small restoration works at relics and infrastructure to serve visitors.
Completing the brochure of An Dinh Palace and designing souvenirs to promote royal antiquities, the centre is also contemplating opening the Imperial Citadel at night.
The third phase of Gold Tourism Week at Hue heritage sites will be held from Dec 24-30. During this time, visitors to Hue monuments will receive discounts on tickets to cultural destinations.