After the autumn festival, the Management Board of Con Son – Kiep Bac Relics has continued to renovate the relics' landscapes to serve locals and attract visitors coming for sightseeing and worshipping.
The landscapes of Con Son – Kiep Bac relics have been renovated with highlights attractive to visitors
At Kiep Bac relic site, the Management Board had about 3 ha of water lilies planted in Vien Lang lake.
At Con Son relic site, the unit had the lychee garden (in front of the bell tower of Con Son pagoda) enlarged to around 2,000 m2 to plant flowers and arrange mini-scenes and poems praising the scenery of Con Son carved on stones in the relic precinct.
The unit is gradually completing the construction of an Avalokitesvara worshipping house and the landscape surrounding Huyen Quang tower and the renovation of the road to Nguyen Trai temple.
It is expected that by the end of this year, the unit will have had the flower garden in front of Nguyen Trai temple expanded to welcome visitors during 2020 Canh Ty Lunar New Year holidays.
All funds were socialized.