Ha Noi offers FREE two-storey bus tours to reporters covering Trum-Kim Summit
The tours, starting from February 25 to March 2, will help foreign reporters to have chance to experience the capital city.
Foreign reporters need to show their press badges to be served.
The busses start at Cultural Friendship Palace at No. 91, Tran Hung Dao Street and go through such roads like Trang Tien – Ngo Quyen – Ly Thuong Kiet - Quang Trung – Trang Thi – Dien Bien Phu – Doc Lap – Hoang Van Thu – Hung Vuong – Thanh Nien – yen Phu – Thanh Nien – Hung Vuong – Phan Dinh Phung – Hoang Dieu – Le Phong Phong – Hung Vuong – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Van Mieu Literature Temple – Ton Duc Thang – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Cua Nam - Phan Boi Chau – Ly Thuong Kiet – Phan Chu Trinh – Hai Ba Trung – Le Thanh Tong – Grand Theater.
In addition, the Viet Nam National Admistration of Tourism and tourists companies plan to arrange free tours some famous tourist sites in Quang Ninh and Ninh Binh provinces, including Ha Long Bay, to foreign reporters.
Foreign reporters having press badges can registered for the aforesaid tours at the International Media Center. The second Trump-Kim Summit is expected to lure some 2,500-3,000 foreign reporters, according to the Ha Noi Department of Tourism./.