The 2nd Green Heritage Culture Tourism Week opens in Hanoi

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The 2nd Green Heritage Culture Tourism Week opened in Hanoi on November 21, as a part of activities to celebrate Viet Nam Heritage Day (23 November).

Trong Mai Islet (Fighting Cock Rocks) in the Ha Long Bay UNESCO World Heritage Site in Vietnam (Photo: KK)

Trong Mai Islet (Fighting Cock Rocks) in the Ha Long Bay UNESCO World Heritage Site in Vietnam (Photo: KK)

This year’s event themed "The Convergence of Humans and Nature”, aims to introduce and promote natural and cultural heritage in Vietnam, especially world heritage recognized by UNESCO.
Diverse art and cultural activities will take place, such as traditional music perfromance and cultural exchanges, food fair and more.
A highlight of the event is an exhibition themed “Impressions of Vietnamese Natural Heritage Sites”, showcasing local tourism products, natural heritages and ecotourism potentials, among others.
The event with the participation of 15 cities and provinces throughout the country will run until November 23.

By VINH XUAN – Translated by Kim Khanh

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