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New walking street and food market opens in Cao Bang

The Kim Dong walking street and food market officially opened in the northern mountainous city of Cao Bang on October 2.

The construction of the Kim Dong Walking Street started on May 7, 2019, with a total investment of over VND32 billion.

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The pedestrian street space is spread across an area of over 2 hectares with the main axis being Kim Dong Street.

The pedestrian street space is spread across an area of over 2 hectares with the main axis being Kim Dong Street, which is over 600 metres long.

From 19:00 to 23:00 every Friday and Saturday, there will be cultural performances, street performances and folk games on the pedestrian street. A highlight of the walking street is the food and souvenir market with 70 stalls serving specialties of Cao Bang.

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At the opening ceremony.

In recent years, Cao Bang Province has implemented many solutions to improve the quality of tourism services and attract more tourists. Over the first nine months of 2019, the province attracted around 1.2 million visitors.

The opening of the Kim Dong Walking Street and the food market aims to contribute to promoting the cultural identity, cuisine, and specialties of Cao Bang to visitors from at home and abroad.

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Source: NDO

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