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Jun 14, 2023 / 22:25

Tickets to Hanoi Imperial Citadel available online

The conservation center continues exploring ways to enhance visitors' experience of the millennium-long cultural heritage site.

Visitors to the Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center, home to the Thang Long - Hanoi Imperial Citadel, can buy tickets via its website starting June 15.

 The entrance gate of Thang Long – Hanoi Imperial Citadel. Photo: The Thang Long – Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center 

The online ticket booking system can be accessed at http://vedientu.hoangthanhthanglong.com/vi/node/add/book-ticket. Once the transaction is complete, customers will receive a ticket via registered email. Visitors scan the QR code at the ticket gate and start the exciting journey back to the past.

From June 15 to August 31, the Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center will offer special discounts and promotions for those who buy their tickets online, including a 10% discount on Decoding Thang Long Imperial Citadel Night Tour tickets, 10% off on Vietnamese traditional garment rental at Viet Phuc Hoang Thanh Shop, free photos at Hoang Thanh Thang Long Virtual Studio, up to 20% discount on drinks at Hoang Thanh Thang Long Bookcafe.

The online ticketing system is part of the Center's efforts to utilize technology and promote the cultural value of the heritage sites, contribute to the development of smart tourism, and make tourism an economic driver while preserving the site's cultural heritage.

It also collaborates with various organizations to develop innovative and sustainable tourism activities that showcase Thang Long Citadel's rich history and culture while supporting the local economy and environmental sustainability.

With the launch of the new online ticketing system and ongoing efforts to promote sustainable tourism, the site hopes to attract more domestic and international tourists and provide them with memorable cultural events.