My Son Sanctuary in 360 degrees

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(QNO) - An online presentation of My Son Sanctuary tourism (Quang Nam province) has just been carried out to satisfy visitors’ needs during the temporary closure due to Covid-19.

My Son Sanctuary
My Son Sanctuary
 

The programme includes several 10-minute broadcasts, providing visitors with cultural, artistic and architectural information and images in My Son Sanctuary.

The programme is broadcast on https//www. Facebook.com/Mysondisanvanhoa and popular with visitors.

It has attracted more than 5,200 views and been highly appreciated since its first broadcast on November 6, 2021.

According to Director of the Management Board of My Son Cultural Heritage Phan Ho, the programme helps tourism activities safe in the complicated context of Covid-19.

At the same time, it also brings the heritage closer to visitors, facilitate their experience at My Son Sanctuary- the place of temples and mysterious stories.

A performance art at My Son Sanctuary
A performance art at My Son Sanctuary
 

The voice-over is available in both English and Vietnamese, introducing the museum, groups of towers, restoration, international integration with the most attractive and realistic images of the relic area.

Smart tourism based on digitalisation has recently become a current trend, helping visitors easily access favourite tourist attractions especially in the complicated context of Covid-19.

Quang Nam smart tourism was launched in 2019 in order to promote local tourism growth.

There will be a synchronous and comprehensive digital transformation in tourism industry by 2025.

Part of My Son Sanctuary
A part of My Son Sanctuary
 

Online tourism is part of smart tourism. Besides meeting visitors’ needs of sightseeing, the programme is aimed at tourism promotion and attracting visitors to Quang Nam.

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Online voice-overs for My Son Sanctuary

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(QNO) - According to My Son Sanctuary Management Board, online voice-overs for My Son Sanctuary will be done as of November, 2021 in order to present this UNESCO cultural heritage site to the public.