The tour of the streets of Hanoi and the experience on the double-decker bus “Hanoi City Tour” of the Hanoi Transport Corporation lasted for more than 1 hour, making the coaches and athletes of the Thai rattan bridge team extremely excited. enjoy.
Departing from Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square (Hoan Kiem), the group visited the streets, passing many famous landmarks and monuments of Hanoi such as: Cathedral, Ba Dinh Square, Imperial Citadel of Thang Long Long, Quan Thanh Temple, Tran Quoc Pagoda, Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam.
Pairoj Archarungroj, head of the Thai rattan bridge delegation, said: “This is the first time he and many Thai athletes have experienced the tour on a double-decker bus. This service is not available in Bangkok.
The Covid-19 epidemic made our travel and tourism very limited, so right after finishing important matches in both men’s and women’s teams and winning the gold medal at the 31st SEA Games, we are very happy. want to take time to relax and visit Hanoi”.
Mr. Pairoj Archarungroj said that the tour on the double decker bus was very interesting. “We are impressed because the landscape of Hanoi is very beautiful, there are many trees and flowers on the road. Personally, I went to Hanoi 10 years ago, this time back, Hanoi is very different, developed and much more beautiful.
Another impression for me is that the food of Vietnam in general and Hanoi in particular is very delicious. I love your pho and noodle soup. In the near future, I really want to bring my family back to Vietnam to travel.”
The delegation of Thai coaches and athletes has nearly 30 minutes to explore and learn about the special national monument of Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam in the “Hanoi City Tour” experience.
Head coach of the Thai men’s rattan team Veeras Na Nongkhai first came to Hanoi and said he was impressed that life in Vietnam has completely returned to normal after the Covid-19 epidemic. Hanoi is very beautiful, clean environment, many trees on the road. The monuments, sightseeing spots, streets are full of people and everyone is very happy and friendly.”
After a long time of not being able to compete and rub shoulders abroad, the 31st SEA Games is the first major sporting event that members of the Thai rattan team participated in after the Covid-19 epidemic. Male athlete Jirasak Pakbuangoen shared that he was very happy to be able to compete with his teammates and experience the culture in another country.
Vietnam has hosted the SEA Games very successfully, in which Hanoi hosted a fairly professional rattan event. We had some great moments playing in your country. Coming to the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam, I was very surprised because it was very crowded with visitors, including many children. Everyone looks happy, beautiful and radiant.”
The double-decker bus experience tour “Hanoi City Tour” is organized by the Hanoi Department of Tourism in collaboration with the Hanoi Transport Corporation, free of charge for delegates who are athletes, coaches, international journalists attending SEA Games 31. This is one of Hanoi’s tourism products serving SEA Games 31.
The program “Hanoi City tour” is organized by the Hanoi Department of Tourism in collaboration with the Hanoi Transport Corporation, free of charge for participants who are athletes, coaches, international journalists. attend the 31st SEA Games
A representative of Yen Vien Bus Enterprise (the operator of the double-decker bus “Hanoi City tour”) said that the unit has served two large delegations of tourists from Thailand and India to Vietnam on the 31st SEA Games. At that time, quite a few coaches, athletes and delegates with cards of the 31 Sea Games Organizing Committee came to experience the free double-decker tourist bus “Hanoi City tour”.
Mr. Nguyen Van Hung, Deputy Director of Yen Vien Bus Enterprise said: “SEA Games 31 is a big event in Hanoi after opening to tourism, so we really want to promote the image of the capital through this event. and Vietnam, helping international guests have a comfortable, enjoyable experience and feel the hospitality of Vietnamese people”.
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