TAG : Quang Tri

  • Quang Binh, Quang Tri offer free wi-fi at attractions

    The two central provinces of Quang Binh and Quang Tri have cooperated with Viettel Telecom to offer wi-fi services at local tourist attractions. Free wi-fi is available at various locations in Quang Binh this summer: the Phong Nha - Ke Bang Tourism Center, Da Nhay Beach, General Vo Nguyen Giap’s tomb, Hoang Phuc Pagoda, Princess Lieu Hanh Temple, Canh Duong fishing village, Bao Ninh Square, Suot Mother Statue, and the Tam Toa Church war remnants area. Meanwhile, 37 public wi-fi stations have been installed in Quang Tri, at public administrative centres and tourist attractions including Cua Viet Beach, Quang Tri Ancient Citadel, Vinh Moc Tunnels, Hien Luong Bridge, Lao Bao International Border Gate, La Vang Sanctuary, National Road No 9, and the Truong Son National Martyrs’ Cemeteries.

  • New route to Con Co Island to open

    New route to Con Co Island to open

    The Quang Tri Provincial People’s Committee in central Vietnam has proposed the government open a new tourism route to Con Co Island. The island is located off the coast of Vinh Linh district, crossing the 17th parallel about 30 km from the mainland. It is considered one the most beautiful islands in the central region, with an abundant ecosystem and great tourism potential. The new tour will bring visitors to a traditional hall displaying items relating to the history of the army and the people of the island over the past 55 years, a monument on Hill 37 commemorating soldiers that sacrificed their lives to protect the island, and Ben Nghe (Nghe Wharf) - Mom Ho Beach.

  • Road to remember

    Road to remember

    The Ho Chi Minh Highway runs almost all the way down Vietnam’s spine and is the scene of much natural wonder as well as heartbreaking history.


  • Quang Tri provides free wi-fi

    The Quang Tri Provincial People’s Committee has decided to ratify a project providing public wi-fi coverage in 36 hotspots in the central province by 2020, costing VND2 billion ($88,200). The move is expected to speed up the application of information  technology, promote the image of Quang Tri, and attract more tourists. Quang Tri is famous for several historical relics, such as Quang Tri Ancient Citadel, the Hien Luong - Ben Hai River banks, National Road No 9 to Khe Sanh, parts of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Vinh Moc Tunnels, Ta Con Airbase, the McNamara electric fence, Lao Bao Prison, and Con Co heroic island, together with the Truong Son National Martyrs’ Cemetery and the National Road No 9 National Martyrs’ Cemetery, which form a unique and attractive network of war relics in the province. The free wi-fi will also provide a basis for exploiting cultural-spiritual tourism and the historical-revolutionary character of Quang Tri.

  • Take Care On The Coast

    Take Care On The Coast

    The central region’s coastline has been the scene of massive fish deaths and tourists are advised to take precautions when eating and even swimming.


  • Savouring success

    Savouring success

    The creator of Bamboo Boat fish sauce believes in preserving Vietnam’s culinary culture with an organic focus.


  • Con Co Island tourism underway

    The People’s Committee of the central province of Quang Tri has announced a project to open up tourism to Con Co Island. Tourists can travel to the island by high-speed boat, with round-trip tickets costing VND250,000 ($11) per person.

    Located 30 km off the mainland, Con Co Island is one of the most magnificent islands in the central region due to its diverse ecosystem. Popular activities on the island include swimming, trekking, scuba diving, canoeing, fishing and water sports. Tourists can also visit the hall of tradition, which houses items reflecting the history of the island district’s army and people over the past 55 years, pay tribute to Hill 37 Monument, and visit Ben Nghe - Mom Ho Beach.

  • Quang Tri opens new cave

    Authorities in the central province of Quang Tri are making plans to turn a newly-rediscovered cave into a tourist attraction. Rediscovered in 2012, Brai Cave, around 120 km west of Dong Ha town, was used as a refuge by Vietnamese soldiers during the US War. The 800-metre cave boasts beautiful stalactites and stalagmites in various shapes, colours, and sizes. After surveying Brai Cave the provincial people’s committee asked the local tourism department to devise a plan for tourism and seek advice from foreign experts.

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