Launching The Electronic Ticket System at Temple of Literature - Hanoi
6/3/2022 10:48:57 AM admin
The Center for Cultural and Scientific Activities Temple of Literature coordinated with the Tourism Information Center (VNAT) to launch an electronic ticket system and implement digital transformation activities in tourism to welcome the 31st SEA Games held in Vietnam on the morning of May 13 at the Temple of Literature relic.
Customers can purchase tickets online using the electronic ticketing system. When visiting the Temple of Literature, guests can just scan the QR code to pass through the admission barrier, saving time and effort.
The electronic ticketing system also allows visitors to purchase tickets in advance, buy tickets for big groups of tourists, look up ticket purchase history, use history, invoices, and store tickets in flexible forms to avoid losing them. This approach is beneficial to travelers, particularly those who come from afar, or who are international visitors.
Visitors will be able to make cashless purchases of goods and services using Smart Travel Cards throughout this event. This is a smart tourism ecosystem product that includes numerous elements such as online banking, electronic payments, tourist information, incentives, and the ability to accrue points while shopping...
The Library space was inaugurated on this occasion by the Cultural and Scientific Activities Center. This room was originally intended to be a resting spot for visitors to the relic, as well as a place to read literature, but in response to actual demands, the Center has gradually evolved into a venue for talks, cultural exchanges, and other activities. transforming the relic Temple of Literature into a creative environment
The Center for Cultural and Scientific Activities of Temple of Literature's initiatives to build new attractive and rich products include the launch of an electronic ticket system and digital conversion products in tourism activities. Technology and utilities will be used to improve the tourist experience and draw tourists to the Temple of Literature in particular.