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Free entrance tickets for female tourists wearing traditional Ao dai on the occasion of March 8

TTH.VN - On the night of March 6, Hue Monuments Conservation Center announced that they would offer free entrance ticket for female tourists wearing traditional Ao dai to visit relics on International Women’s Day.

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 Female visitors dressing traditional Ao dai to visit relics on March 8 will receive the promotion of ticket exemption. Photo by Hue Monuments Conservation Center

On March 8, local and international female tourists wearing Vietnamese traditional Ao dai to visit relics belonging to the Complex of Hue Monuments will be exempted 100% entrance fee.

This is a policy to carry out the project “Hue – Capital of Ao dai” and celebrate the 113th anniversary of International Women’s Day (March 8) with the desire of pushing up the movement of wearing Ao dai in locals and tourists, especially reviving traditional Ao dai.

In recent years, the movement of dressing traditional Ao dai has been spreading widely. Every year, on the occasion of March 8, Hue Monuments Conservation Center always offers ticket exemption for female visitors dressing Ao dai during their visit to the relics.

By Minh Hien
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