|The Saigon-Ban Gioc Resort in Trung Khanh District, Cao Bang Province - Photo: Courtesy of Saigontourist
The festival features a host of exciting events and activities, including a light show at the foot of Ban Gioc Waterfall from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on October 5.
From 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on October 6, a ceremony will be organized to pray for peace and good weather at Phat Tich Truc Lam Ban Gioc Pagoda in Dam Thuy Commune.
There will also be a food fair introducing local specialties, photo exhibitions, folk games, and traditional music shows during the festival.
The festival aims to promote Cao Bang Province’s landscapes, especially Ban Gioc Waterfall, people and unique culture to local and international tourists, contributing to socio-economic development and attracting more investors to the province.
The Saigon-Ban Gioc Resort, operated by Saigontourist Holding Company, will participate in the festival.
On the occasion, the resort is offering many promotions. Guests booking three nights at the resort will pay for only two nights, while those booking two nights will get a 30% discount on room rates for the second night.
The resort has launched special packages, which cost VND1.3 million for Superior rooms and VND1.5 million for Deluxe rooms, including tickets to Ban Gioc Waterfall and Nguom Ngao Cave, lemongrass peach tea for two and a bowl of chicken soup with chilies.
Moreover, guests can enjoy traditional music and cooking shows and take part in game shows with valuable prizes being bags and 10% or 20% discount vouchers for food and beverages.
The four-star Saigon-Ban Gioc Resort is located near Ban Gioc Waterfall, one of the most gorgeous waterfalls in Asia.
Covering more than 31 hectares, the resort has 53 rooms with luxury design and conference rooms and restaurants for over 200 guests, serving local, Asian and Western specialties.
The Saigon-Ban Gioc Resort is the first four-star resort in the northeastern mountainous region, where modern design and local nature and culture co-exist.
A stay at the resort allows guests to discover the breathtaking Ban Gioc Waterfall, the mysterious Nguom Ngao Cave, and peaceful, picturesque sights in the border area.