The National Tourism Year 2011 will take place in many localities in the south central coastal region. On this occasion, Saigon-Phu Yen Tourism Joint Stock Company introduces many events to attract tourists.
The National Tourism Year in south central coastal region, Phu Yen 2011, is expected to go with more than 30 cultural, sport and tourist events of national and international levels.
The event, hosted by Phu Yen Province together with other localities in the central region – Danang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan, aims to mark the 400 years of its establishment and development.
Throughout this year, south central coastal provinces, especially Phu Yen, will hold a series of activities for the National Tourism Year. The key of them are the sea and island tourism, meeting and parade to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Phu Yen on April 1, international seminar on “Cultural legacies in Vietnam’s south central region” on April 2 and 3, and the cultural exchange night between Vietnam and South Korea and some other countries on April 3.
Phu Yen has a 189-kilometer coastline with sceneries of wild beauty such as Cu Mong and O Loan lagoons, Vung Ro and Xuan Dai bays, and Dai Lanh Cape. In particular, this province has Da Dia Rock as the country’s exclusive scenic spot and more than 10 desolate, beautiful beaches.
Phu Yen is also a land with a cultural tradition and many historical events. The inhabitation of various ethnic groups creates an abundant folk culture. Visitors to the province will enjoy the sounds of Tuy An District’s rock music instrument, attend fishermen’s festivals, or festivals of ethnic communities with people playing gongs around a big fire.
Saigon-Phu Yen Tourism Joint Stock Company, which is an affiliate of Saigontourist Holding Company and runs Saigon Phu Yen Hotel and Huong Sen Hotel in the provincial city of Tuy Hoa, will welcome the national tourism year with its business activities.
Saigon Phu Yen Hotel, one of the biggest accommodation facilities in Tuy Hoa, has 87 rooms, 10 suites, a hall for 300 people, restaurants with five sections to serve Vietnamese, Asian and European cuisines, and bars. Providing places for conferen-ces and parties are among its servi-ces. The four-star hotel was brought into operation in August last year.
The hotel has launched two new programs. That is, it serves dinner buffets with more than 30 selected dishes for VND49,000-59,000 on weekends and offers rooms with a price discount for VND400,000 per night.
Huong Sen Hotel, accredited with two-star standards, consists of 56 rooms. Competitive room rates make it one of the best venues for visitors to the city.
Saigon-Phu Yen Tourism Joint Stock Company is strong in providing tours. A wide range of tours meet diverse tastes of guests and visitors. These tours include visiting Da Dia Rock, watching sunset and dawn at Dai Lanh Cape, and trekking in primeval forests.
Saigon-Phu Yen Hotel:
541 Tran Hung Dao St., Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province.
Huong Sen Hotel:
22B Nguyen Tat Thanh St., Ward 2, Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province.