Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

The Da Nang Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Tuesday released visual illustrations for the code of conduct related to local tourism.
The visual guide includes 12 friendly, well-designed photos, considered a pocket handbook for both locals and those who visit Da Nang.
According to the rules, tourists are required to respect local culture and tradition, be environmentally conscious, queue up in public spaces, and prioritize women and children.
Locals should not solicit tourists, the code of conduct states.
In July last year, the municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued the code of conduct for local tourism, which has now been turned into a visual guide.
The code aims to raise people’s awareness of travel culture, and encourage people to behave politely when visiting local and foreign public spaces, newswire VnExpress reported.


 Visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

1. Respect local cultural customs

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

2. Wear appropriate attire when visiting sanctuaries

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

3. Throw garbage in the right place

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

4. Queue up when accessing public services

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

5. Frequently say hello with a smile

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

6. Help elderly or disabled people, as well as women and children

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

7. Do not destroy historical relics

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

8. Do not solicit tourists

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

9. Do not spit or throw garbage in public spaces

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

10. Do not scream or speak too loudly in public places

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

11. Excessive public displays of affection are not allowed.

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

12. Do not drink too much and lose control in public places

Da Nang publishes visual tourism do‘s and don‘ts

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