By VNA   October 23, 2023 | 10:20 am GMT+7

Hanoi pilots night tour to Temple of Literature

Khue Van Cac, the pavilion inside the Temple of Literature, is lit up at night. Photo by Le Viet Khanh

On Sunday, many tour operators got together to try out taking visitors to Hanoi’s Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) at night.
The project’s goal is to increase nighttime visitors to the monument and diversify Hanoi’s tourism offerings by emphasizing the special national relic site’s value.

This would be our fourth evening excursion while in Hanoi. First, there are trips to the Vietnam Museum of Literature, the Thang Long Imperial Citadel, and the Hoa Lo Prison Relic.

The tour operator’s goal is to provide visitors with an unforgettable and novel experience by incorporating cutting-edge 3D mapping technology, which uses eye-catching visuals to tell stories about Confucianism and China’s historical figures and wise men.

The significance and value of education are effectively communicated through the site’s iconic structures, such as the Khue Van Cac (the pavilion of the constellation of literature), the Vuon bia Tien si (Garden of doctoral steles), and the Thien Quang well.

Khue Van Cac will host concerts featuring local musicians.

Night tours that incorporate cutting-edge technology have been shown to pique the interest of tourists, according to Phung Quang Thang, vice chairman of the Vietnam Travel Association. He advocated for enhanced explanations to help guests better comprehend the tales being told.

As a forerunner in the expansion of nighttime tourism, Hanoi now offers a wide range of activities for visitors.

The fact that night tours are constantly sold out attests to their widespread appeal. Night tours have become increasingly popular with both domestic and international travelers, and as a result, many tour operators now offer them. Nighttime tours in Hanoi have become a distinctive facet of the city’s tourism industry by providing visitors with unforgettable memories.

The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism recently gave the green light to a plan to develop new kinds of nighttime tourism offerings, including performances in the arts, sporting events, spa treatments, shopping, and dining.

The plan calls for the construction of nightlife centers in Hanoi.

The city plans to introduce new nighttime attractions for visitors by the year’s end.

Source: vnExpress