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08/03/2019 - 17:14

Fayfay.com supports Hue in developing tourism

On the morning of March 7, Fayfay.com, an e-commerce site of Hong Kong, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in cooperation with the Provincial Department of Tourism.

Signing the memorandum of understanding between the Provincial Department of Tourism and Fayfay.com

Accordingly, Fayfay.com will accompany Hue tourism sector in promoting its destinations with tourism services and products, its events and festivals taking place in the year; and exchange new tour programs. Especially, Fayfay.com will help bring press delegations, and tourism enterprises in Hong Kong and Taiwan to Hue to survey tourism and development cooperation.

In addition, the two sides will coordinate to organize seminars, training, exhibitions, fairs, events, and festivals associated with Hue tourism; besides, the two sides agreed to support each other in inviting investors, with a vision to create sustainable development for Hue tourism.

Mr. Le Huu Minh, Acting Director of Thua Thien Hue Department of Tourism, said that the tourism sector hoped that via consulting activities and products provided by Fayfay.com, visitors coming from Asia, especially from the key markets of Northeast Asia, and Southeast Asia, would have more access to destination resources and be inspired to make a choice to visit the ancient capital of Hue.

Fayfay.com is an e-commerce site based in Hong Kong, dedicated to Vietnam travel experience. Fayfay.com is an information portal with everything that is needed to know about Vietnam, from professional experience programs to helpful advices, travel information, special deals, and product packages including means of transport, travel programs, leisure activities, and luxury hotels.

Fayfay.com not only focuses on providing professional travel packages, but also supports the must-have services for visitors via just one convenient destination. Through this site, visitors can also order products and souvenirs from local suppliers, etc.

Story and photo: Duc Quang

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