After many days of silence, Hoan Kiem Lake area is much busier when The Huc Bridge leading to Ngoc Son Temple is crowded with visitors and taking photos. This relic has been open to visitors for nearly a month now and is expected to soon be as crowded as before, because before the COVID-19 epidemic, this place was always a place that attracted many international tourists to visit. sightseeing.
About 2km away, the relic area of the Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Assembly Hall (No. 22 Hang Buom), where art and calligraphy works are displayed, is also open to welcome visitors to learn and take photos. A manager here said that the clubhouse is open for free for visitors, guests only have to scan a QR code to control COVID-19.
“Visitors often come here to learn about the unique architecture as well as works of art and calligraphy. Before the news that Vietnam started to open for tourism from March 15, the Management Board of Hoan Kiem Lake and Hanoi Old Quarter guided us in the preparation to welcome visitors safely. The newly restored Cantonese Assembly Hall promises to become a tourist attraction,” said the person.
At the Thang Long Imperial Citadel, the door was also opened wide to welcome visitors from 1 month ago. “We have opened the door for domestic visitors to visit, so the upcoming international arrival will not change, all is ready. Before the pandemic, the number of international tourists flocking to Thang Long Imperial Citadel every day was very large, we are carefully preparing everything to be able to welcome visitors in the safest way.,” said one employee.
Recently, Hoan Kiem District People’s Committee decided to reorganize the activities of Hoan Kiem walking street and its vicinity, in the time frame from 19:00 on Friday to 24h on Sunday every week. Opening hours start from March 18.
Hoan Kiem district also opened the space of pedestrian, commercial and service streets from Hang Dao to Hang Giay; the walking space is extended to the Grade I Conservation Area – Hanoi Old Quarter; Walking space in the South of Hanoi Old Quarter connects with the North. Operating time is from 19h to 24h of 3 weekends.
Visitors are advised not to join the walking space when they have symptoms of cough, fever, difficulty breathing… or are in isolation at home; perform QR code scanning, medical declaration, 5K.
Thus, the operation of the pedestrian street in Hoan Kiem district has been restarted after nearly a year of stopping to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic. This is expected to pull the flourishing night services along, contributing to attracting tourists.
Meanwhile, in the suburban area, the most prominent is the Huong Son scenic area (Perfume Pagoda) which has reopened to sell tickets to tourists since February 11. After more than a month, this place is still attracting a large number of domestic tourists to come spring. Before the outbreak, this was one of the places that attracted a lot of domestic and foreign tourists because of its beautiful natural scenery.
In addition, responding to the press, leaders of the Hanoi Department of Tourism said that this year, the Department will coordinate with reputable travel businesses to focus on upgrading and developing tourism products at 4 main routes from City Center to Bat Trang Pottery Village (Gia Lam), Huong Son (My Duc), Thach That, Quoc Oai and Son Tay, Ba Vi, to stimulate visitors to explore the attractions in the suburban area.
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