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As part of the Ly Son island Culture-Tourism Week, it is co-organized by the Hanoi Paragliding Club, the Quang Ngai provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the General Department of Sports and Physical Training, in order to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the re-establishment of Quang Ngai.

In addition, the festival is expected to contribute to affirming the island sovereignty and promoting local tourism.

The take-off point is located on the top of Thoi Loi mountain with a height of nearly 170 m above sea level. This is one of the five dormant volcanoes on the island.

The event is forecast to attract about 100 Vietnamese and foreign pilots, mainly from paragliding clubs across the country and some delegations of athletes from Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Indonesia and Japan./.

BTA