PSNews - Responding to the program "Vietnamese people travel in Vietnam" launched by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, many attractions in Quang Nam province offer cut-price paradise to stimulate domestic travelers in post-virus period.
The My Son Management Board of Relics and Tourism on Thursday announced that entrance fee to this UNESCO-recognized attraction in Quang Nam Province will be up to 50 percent off in some cases.
Accordingly, tour groups will be eligible for a 30 percent reduction in ticket prices while a 50 percent cut will be applied if such groups are Quang Nam residents. A tour group must have at least three members.
In addition, students will be entitled to a 50% discount with a service fee of VND30,000 per person, while students under the age of 16 are set to enjoy free entry to the site.
Groups of ten tourists upwards will be offered a tour guide for free. The tourists will have a chance to take a photo with the Champa music performers after their show. Visitors will also be entitled to 10 percent off items sold at My Son Sanctuary’s souvenir stores.
All promotions are in place from June 1 to September 1.
Located in South-Central Vietnam, My Son Sanctuary is believed to be the longest inhabited archaeological site in Indochina. It is considered one of the foremost Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia, and one of the most important heritage sites of this nature in Vietnam.
By Linh Bui