The move also aims to develop Quang Dien District into an attractive destination for nightlife for tourists.

The pilot programme will be implemented for about 1 to 2 years in line with the current regulations on the management of night markets in the province.

The provincial People’s Committee assigned the Department of Industry and Trade to coordinate with relevant departments and sectors in providing local authorities with guidance for implementing the pilot project and inspecting its deployment.

The People’s Committee of Quang Dien District are requested to report on the project’s socio-economic benefits after the pilot implementation period for consideration on making further investment.

Located next to Tam Giang Lagoon, which is known as the largest lagoon in Southeast Asia, Con Toc has risen to become an attractive tourist destination for tourists in recent years thanks to its pristine and poetic landscape.

15km from the centre of Hue City, it is an ideal place for visitors to admire stunning sunrises and sunsets. Tourists to Con Toc can also visit Con Toc Wharf and the Epark-Tam Giang Lagoon entertainment area as well as taste fresh seafood.