Tourists pay a visit to A1 Hill, a relic site from the Dien Bien Phu victory.

Dien Bien province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Executive Board in Dien Bien plant 1,000 hoa ban (Bauhinia Flower) trees around historical relic sites in Dien Bien Phu City.

The command tunnel used by French general De Castries attracts plenty of visitors.

Crowds flock to a relic site in Dien Bien province.

An exhibit area at the Dien Bien Phu Historical Victory Museum in Dien Bien province is packed full of guests.

Since early April the museum has welcomed more than 86,000 arrivals. It will open to visitors every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in April and May.

War veterans visit the Dien Bien Phu Martyrs’ Cemetery as they pay tribute to the country’s fallen soldiers.

So far Dien Bien has received a total of 845,000 arrivals, increasing by 1.86 times compared to the same period from last year. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu Victory on May 7 and celebrates National Tourism Year. The locality is scheduled to welcome a total of 1.3 million arrivals this year.