The fifth biennial Nha Trang ocean pageant, themed Nha Trang – Coastal Destination this year, are going to be held next month.
It will feature some sixty cultural, arts, sporting and tourism events, Khanh Hoa Province People’s Committee deputy chairman and head of the organising board, Le Xuan Than told the media in HCM town on Monday.
“The pageant aims to draw in domestic and foreign tourists to the province and therefore the country,” Than said.
Thai Nguyen Province also will participate into this event this year, he said.
From June a pair of to ten there’ll be a fishing and ocean tours at the hours of darkness, an S1 water-motorbike performance, a sepak takraw competition on the beach, and a Nha Trang ocean tub day.
There will be environmental protection activities, as well as a city-wide rubbish clean-up on the International surroundings Day (June 5), and a conference on marine preservation.
Exhibitions are going to be held to showcase Cham culture, Lu Cam porcelain, calligraphy, pictures of the town, and high-quality Vietnamese merchandise, as can a pageant of people cuisine and therefore the region’s special dishes, a music concert and comedy shows.
The organisers can highlight the region’s speciality – swallow’s nest – with conferences on the industry’s history and ancient culture, developing swallow communities and therefore the uses of swallow’s nests, and 2 swallow’s nest festivals within the town and on Hon Noi Island.
A charity show, Dance on the Beach, are going to be persisted June ten.
The main pageant can open with a fireworks show. The gap day can feature a volleyball competition, a movie week, a street photo exhibition on the wonder of Aloe Wood Region, another on the Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelago, a Champa pottery and brocade show, a cooking contest, a food court, and a street-arts show.
The highlights of the pageant are going to be parades of bicycles, pedicabs, Vespa scooters and vintage motorbikes, an exhibition of sand art, human chess, a Fish Worshipping ceremony, stunt kite flying, dancing by the most effective couples from the Khanh Hoa Gymnasium, poetry recitation, and music shows themed the ocean and islands.
Morbihan Province of France can participate within the pageant, bringing its own musicians and photography enthusiasts.
Vietravel’s diving centre, Vinadive, can organise underwater weddings for ten couples on June fifteen at Hon Mun ocean Reserve space.
Of the price of organising the pageant, eighty per cent has been contributed by organisations and businesses in Khanh Hoa and elsewhere.