The capital will even be hosting events during and after the 31st Southeast Asian Games
Hanoi attracted approximately 2.8 million domestic visitors since the beginning of 2022, which is a 45.3 percent increase compared to the same period last year, according to Dang Huong Giang, Director of Hanoi’s Department of Tourism.
The Vietnam News Agency reported that “Hanoi Tourism 2022,” an event that took place from 25 to 27 March, welcomed tourists back to the capital through a series of fun activities such as the hot air balloon festival at Long Bien longan garden.
To improve efficiency, Hanoi’s tourism sector will boost collaboration with other sectors and municipalities to promote safe and substantial tourism development. This will ensure that tourism activities are restored in a concerted and consistent manner.
On the outskirts of Hanoi, the Ba Vi district launched a tourism campaign on 16 April. “Ba Vi Tourism – Green and safe experience” aims to boost eco-tourism, leisure travel, and spiritual culture in time for summer.
Moreover, according to VietNamNet, the capital will be hosting events during and after the 31st Southeast Asian Games, which will be held in Hanoi and 11 neighbouring provinces and cities from 12 to 23 May.
Hanoi has launched promotional campaigns to bring these experiences closer to visitors. The Hanoi municipal Department of Culture and Sports even produced eight short films that highlight the city’s culture, food, and trade villages.
The capital is also aiming to improve the quality of tourism products by developing a plan to cater to English-, French-, Chinese-, Japanese-, and Korean-speaking visitors.
The Hanoi government will assist tourism businesses in reviving operations and developing human resources, as well as accelerating the adoption of digital applications in tourism.
According to the municipal People’s Committee, the city will gradually roll out tourism activities in 2022, with the goal of attracting nine to 10 million tourists, including approximately 2 million foreigners.
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