The district said about 100 people will take part in the
A night campfire will take place at Cau Cave near the beach on the island for a
party and cultural exchange among visitors during the week.
In May, the island also introduced a night market for tourists from 6pm until
10.30pm daily, offering souvenirs, dried seafood and specialities of the island.
According to a report, more than 200,000 tourists visited Ly Son Island and An
Binh islet, about 4.8km off the island.
Tourists can explore local cuisine and garlic and onion farming experiences
during the summer.
The island has 18 hotels, guesthouses and homestays providing accommodation for
Ly Son has been known as the ‘King of Garlic’ in Viet Nam with 21,000
inhabitants, most of whom make their living from farming garlic and spring
onions and fishing.