Quang Ninh provincial People’s Committee has issued Decision No. 25 / QD-UBND to recognize 3 tourism routes and 5 tourism destinations in Uong Bi city.
3 tourism routes in Uong Bi
Accordingly, the 3 tourism routes include Uong Bi City’s Center – scenic relic of Yen Tu – Ba Vang pagoda – Den Cong Temple – Long Khanh Temple – Co Linh Temple; Uong Bi City’s Center – scenic relic of Yen Tu – Yen Trung Forest and Lake; Uong Bi City’s Center – Pho Am pagoda – Ba Vang pagoda – Lung Xanh Waterfall.
5 tourist attractions in Uong Bi
5 tourism attractions include: The scenic relic of Yen Tu (Phuong Dong Ward, Thuong Yen Cong commune); Ba Vang pagoda (Quang Trung ward); Den Cong Temple – Long Khanh Pagoda – Co Linh Temple (Dien Cong ward); Lung Xanh Waterfall (Quang Trung ward); Pho Am pagoda (Bac Son Ward).
The provincial People’s Commitee assigned for Uong Bi city to build construction management plan, effective exploitation of tourism routes, destinations above.
Uong Bi is a city of Quang Ninh Province in the northeastern region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 98,949. The City covers an area of 240 km². Uong Bi was promoted from a town to a provincial city February 25, 2011. Quang Ninh’s Uong Bi City People’s Committee has recently proposed a plan to issue tickets to visitors of its famous Yen Tu Mountain, Buddhism’s holiest site in Vietnam.