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Na Hang works to lift up tourism sector

TQO - Since the Na Hang – Lam Binh Natural Reserve was recognised as a national special tourist site, Na Hang district’s hospitality sector has seen robust development. The district’s tourism has taken off with many tourist attractions including Hong Thai, Da Vi, Nang Kha, and Na Hang ecological lake.

However, in early 2020, the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which broke out in China, has posed significant impacts on many countries worldwide, including Vietnam. In Na Hang district in particular, tourism is the most affected sector among key economic sectors.

According to incomplete statistics, in the first two months of this year, the number of visitors to Na Hang accounted for only 20% to 30% of total figure in the same period last year.

Visitors to Na Hang district.

Under the motto of preventing and fighting against the epidemic while ensuring the socio-economic development, and recovering tourism activities, the district’s authorities have directed to accelerate the communication campaigns to promote Na Hang as a safe destination for visitors. At the same time, public tourist attractions, accommodation facilities, and restaurants in the locality are requested to adopt antiseptic solutions and enhance sanitation.

The district has also created favourable financial conditions for individuals and businesses who are operating in the tourism sector while providing visitors with many promotional programmes.

Together with drastic measures in preventing and controlling Covid-19 outbreak, the district has also taken practical measures to stimulate tourism with a focus on advertising Na Hang as a safe and friendly destination in order to lure more visitors in the coming time.

Phan Anh

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