The ceremony to grant a special national historical site certificate to Sam Son City was held on October 26.
Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Trinh Thi Thuy transferred the certificate to leaders of Sam Son City.
Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Trinh Thi Thuy transferred the certificate to leaders of Sam Son City, Thanh Hoa Province.
The ministry submitted the proposal to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc via official document 858 issued on January 182019. The proposal was approved on December 312019.
Sam Son tourism site includes Truong Le Mountain, Doc Cuoc Temple, Trong Mai rocks and To Hien Thanh Temple among other attractions. The site is considered to have raw beauty with constructions with cultural and historical value. It also has rich biodiversity and many traditional festivals and events that are held annually such as the Cau Ngu Festival when fishermen pray to the Gods of the Sea.
On the same day, the groundbreaking ceremony for the USD1bn super project including coastal square, ecological, resort and entertainment areas in Sam Son was also held. It is hoped that the project will improve Sam Son City’s position as a high-quality tourism destination in the region.
This is a part of the events to celebrate the 19th Party Congress of Thanh Hoa Province.
- The temple dedicated to the Dô Công Tuong couple recognized as a national historical and cultural relic
- An Giang: Nui Sam national tourism site to reopen on January 1
- Phu Yen’s rocky Ghenh Da Dia named ‘special national site’
- Special relic sites in Vinh Phuc to get renovation
- Thanh Hóa invests VNĐ500 billion to further excavate mausoleum
- Mui Ne national tourist site recognised
- Hà Nội to restore lake in Temple of Literature complex
- National tourism year launched
- Tran Bien Temple of Literature – National historic site that is over 300 years old