Hue’s relic sites to reopen on April 30

Wednesday, 2020-04-29 12:00:09
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Visitors to Hue's relic sites must comply with regulations on Covid-19 prevention and control. (Photo: NDO)
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NDO – The relic sites in the ancient city of Hue under the management of Hue Monuments Conservation Centre will reopen to serve visitors from April 30, following the temporary closure due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

According to the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre, its officials and employees will clean and disinfect the sites on April 29 to ensure the safety of visitors.

The visitors to the sites are required to comply with regulations related to the epidemic prevention and control, such as checking their body temperatures, wearing face masks, washing hands and not gathering in groups of over 30 people.

On April 27, the Thua Thien – Hue Provincial People’s Committee issued Official Letter No.3482/UBND-GD, allowing the relics, landscapes, tourist attractions and museums in the locality to resume operation.

The provincial People’s Committee also continued to ease and allow the operation of trade and service establishments. In addition, the transportation activities will also be resumed, however, the measures to prevent and control the epidemic should be strictly implemented.

The province continues the temporarily suspension of activities in several fields, such as festivals, religious ceremonies, sports tournaments, and events gathering over 30 people in public.

Visitors wearing face masks at the Sun World Fansipan Legend tourism site.

* The Sun World Fansipan Legend tourism site in Lao Cai Province’s Sa Pa City officially reopened on April 28, while conducting practical anti-epidemic measures.

The site’s management board launched a promotional programme, with discounts of up to 60% on the prices of cable car tickets for visitors from six northwestern provinces.

* The Sun World Ba Den Mountain tourist area in the southern province of Tay Ninh officially reopened on April 27 after the weeks of social distancing.

Accordingly, the 1,200m Chua Hang (Hang Pagoda) cable line that carries visitors to the sacred spiritual complex (Ba and Hang Pagodas) has resumed operation. Meanwhile, the Van Son cable line that takes tourists to Ba Den’s peak will return to operation on April 30.