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Khanh Hoa forbid street vendors to sell souvenirs to tourists

In Uncategorized on December 24, 2010 at 4:27 am

The central province of Khanh Hoa will ban all street vendors from business activities in historic and cultural sites, as well as ports and bus stations.

Street vendors insistently invite foreign tourists to buy items at Cau Da Port in the City Nha Trang in the central province of Khanh Hoa.The province will forbid street vendors to annoy tourists at historical and cultural sites (Photo: Tuoitre)

The provincial People’s Committee has just convened a meeting with relevant agencies. The meeting met to discuss how to resolve issues around street vendors who insistently invite foreign tourists to these historical and cultural sites and sell them souvenirs.


Le Xuan Than, deputy chairperson of People’s Committee, said at the meeting that street vendors have annoyed foreign tourist a great deal, enticing them into buying their souvenirs.


To deal with this issue, the Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism and the Department of Industry and Trade, along with other relevant agencies, are to enforce regulations with regard to the mobile selling of souvenirs at the above-mentioned places.


The city of Nha Trang have ordered volunteers to visit Cau Da port, market Dam and Long Son pagoda in the attempt to hinder street vendors from selling souvenirs to tourists.

Source: SGGP

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