In doing so, the province earned VND7,873 billion in revenue from tourists, of which, tourism revenue was estimated at VND4,021 billion, equivalent to 120 per cent against last year’s corresponding period and fulfilling 88 per cent of the target set for 2019.
In recent times, accommodation establishments throughout the province have upgraded their facilities and increased their marketing and advertising activities.
In addition to this, there has also been an emergence of a number of modern restaurants and new amusement parks throughout the region, while travel operators have begun launching a wide range of domestic tours for visitors.
Most notably, Nghe An has had plenty of success in implementing tourism promotion activities during the nine-month period through an array of tourism promotion conferences in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and an international culinary culture festival in Vinh city.
Furthermore, the locality has also taken part in a variety of fairs both at home and abroad whilst also welcoming international survey teams.
During the remaining months of the year, the province is set to launch a string of of tourism events in a bid to attract more tourists to the locality. This includes the opening of Cao Thang night street on October 2, a pedestrian street in Vinh city to mark the Lunar New Year festival, a sunflower field in Nghia Dan this December, and tours to President Ho Chi Minh’s hometown.