Talking to Zing on the morning of November 2, Mr. Tran Van Thanh, Director of Binh Dinh Department of Tourism, said that from now until the end of the year, the locality will continuously organize cultural activities, street art and sports. and experience and perform science at Nguyen Tat Thanh Square (Quy Nhon City).
Actors perform a unique Champa dance in the coastal town of Quy Nhon. Photo: Minh Hoang.
On the evening of November 1, Binh Dinh Department of Tourism coordinated with sectors and localities to open cultural activities, street art, sports and experiences, scientific performances at Nguyen Tat Thanh Square (Quy Nhon City). Nhon).
This is the starting series of activities to contribute to creating highlights and attracting tourists to Quy Nhon beach town during the low tourist season at the end of the year and the following years.
Specifically, cultural and artistic activities take place such as traditional martial arts experience classes for tourists and residents; performing arts variety (tung, Bai Choi, Champa dance, singing, solo and ensemble of ethnic musical instruments...); street music; experiential activities, scientific performances (scientific shows, astronomical observations, science games, etc. for young people).
Binh Dinh commits to preferential policies for delegations coming to the locality to attend conferences and seminars during the low tourist season, namely discounts on rooms, catering services, hall rents...
Actors and artisans perform gongs under the pine forest in Mang Den National Ecotourism Area. Photo: Minh Hoang.
"From now until the end of the year, we aim to welcome 500,000 more visitors, bringing the total to 4.2 million in 2022, with revenue of more than 13,120 billion dong," added Mr. Thanh.
Previously, in two days, October 29-30, Kon Tum also organized many cultural and artistic activities to promote the image of the land and the Mang Den people in order to attract tourists to come here to visit and relax.
On the pristine stages of Mang Den land, artists, actors, models and hundreds of students and ethnic minority people here performed 200 designs of ao dai and costumes. Tay Nguyen brocade costume.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Kon Tum Y Ngoc said the locality has more than 1,000 people involved in the conservation and promotion of the cultural identity of traditional brocade costumes.
"Brocade costumes are items associated with the daily life of ethnic minorities in Kon Tum. Enjoying the show performing Ao dai and brocade fashion in the Central Highlands, visitors can feel the craftsmanship. the ingenuity of ethnic minorities in Kon Tum in traditional clothing," said Ms. Y Ngoc.
Actors and models perform in traditional Ao Dai at the foot of Ba Sy waterfall, one of the famous landscapes of Mang Den land. Photo: Minh Hoang.
And Mr. Dang Quang Ha, Chairman of the People's Committee of Kon Plong district, said that with skillful and creative hands handed down through many generations, the ethnic minority communities have carved rich brocade motifs and patterns. yet rustic and close.
"I hope that events like this will stimulate tourism, contribute to preserving and promoting cultural identity values, and promote socio-economic development of the locality," Ha said.
This district set a target this year to attract nearly 220,000 tourists to visit and relax in Mang Den national eco-tourism area.