A nighttime tourism program to discover the Ngoc Son Temple on Sword Lake in downtown Hanoi, debuted at a ceremony on Jan. 31.
As a blend of the ancient architecture of the special national relic site and its associated rituals and folklore, it utilizes sound, light, and modern projection technology to showcase Vietnam’s traditional cultural values.
Organized on evenings of the first four days of the week starting February, each tour under the experimental program lasts for 60 minutes and serves between 60 and 70 visitors.
At the launch ceremony, head of the municipal heritage management board Nguyen Doan Van hoped that with the program, the special national relic site of Sword Lake and Ngoc Son Temple is no longer just “resources” but will become products of the cultural industry, capable of attracting a wide range of tourists both domestically and internationally.
The capital city is striving to achieve the goal of the cultural industry contributing about 5% to its GRDP by 2025 and 8% by 2030.
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