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Quang Ninh’s “Green-lane” plan to recover tourism in 2022

The Department of Tourism of Quang Ninh has completed a draft plan called “Green-lane tourism” to revive the Covid-19-stricken tourism in the northern coastal province.

Director of the department Pham Ngoc Thuy said it is important to provide tourists with information about where is safe to travel to, regarding the Covid-19 situation.

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An aerial view of iconic Ha Long Bay in the northern province of Quang Ninh.

The “Green-lane tourism” will offer holidaymakers safe services and make them feel comfortable and relaxed when experiencing tourism services, Thuy explained, adding that joining the scheme will also be a way for businesses to promote their services and provide their staff with a Covid-19 free working environment.

The department has tightened its set of 35 compulsory and optional requirements for Covid-19 safety. Accordingly, the department has required tourism services providers to give away face masks to tourists and check temperature of visitors and input suppliers. Restaurants are encouraged to install table partitions to limit direct contact among diners.

Quang Ninh has adopted new tourism stimulus policy, which plans to slash admission charges to popular destinations, such as Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh Museum and Yen Tu Complex of Monuments and Landscapes, by half in the first half of 2022 to lure holidaymakers.

This weekend, the province will welcome its first group of foreign visitors, from the Republic of Korea, under Vietnam’s pilot programme for vaccinated travellers.

Since tourism activities resumed in late September, Quang Ninh has welcomed around 800,000 visitors. The province is pining high hope on tourism this year as it expects to receive some 9.5 million domestic tourists and 1.5 million foreigners.

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Source: NDO/VNA

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