UNESCO-recognised Hue relic site attracts visitors on Lunar New Year’s Day

Update: 23:01 | 13/02/2021
As an exceptional UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site located in the nation’s former imperial capital, the Hue relic complex attracted a large number of tourists on February 13, the second day of the Lunar New Year.
Hue relic complex attracts a large number of tourists on the first days of the lunar New Year.
Hue relic complex attracts a large number of tourists on the first days of the lunar New Year.

Due to the complicated developments of the fresh coronavirus outbreak, the Hue Monuments Conservation Center has postponed several royal court games, along with cultural and artistic activities.

Coming to the site, visitors are required to abide by COVID-19 preventive measures such as wearing face masks and washing their hands with sanitiser.

As part of the occasion, the Hue Monuments Conservation Center is free to all domestic guests who visit Hue’s relic site from the first to the third day of the Lunar New Year.

A local visitor to the Hue Imperial Citadel (Dai Noi) notes that it is common for people to visit traditional places such as pagodas or temples during the opening days of the Lunar New Year.

The Hue relic complex is one of the favourite destinations for visitors, especially young people who want to get to know about the country’s traditional culture.

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(Source: VOV)