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Central Vietnam tourism hurting

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for a long-term plan to promote domestic tourism, particularly in the central provinces

Foreign tourists favor three to four-star hotels

 VietNamNet Bridge – A majority of foreign visitors to Vietnam choose to stay at hotels of three to four-star ratings while domestic tourists favor two to three-star hotels as shown in Vietnam Annual Tourism Report 2014.

Foreign arrivals to Vietnam on rise

VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign arrivals to Vietnam in August are estimated at 664,985, an increase of 12% over last month and 7.5% against the same period last year.

North seen becoming leading tourist destination

VietNamNet Bridge – The Government will develop the north of the nation into a top destination for tourists by 2030, according to a recent decision of the Government.


Travel firms skeptical about proposed tourism fund

 VietNamNet Bridge – Travel firms have cast doubt on the efficiency of a tourism development fund and accommodation fee collection for the fund as proposed by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Viet Nam plans new measures to attract tourists in the coming year

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam will facilitate visa processing for foreign tourists, open new direct international flights and improve its tourism environment in order to attract more tourists in 2015,

Tourist support centres to scupper scammers

 VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan has ordered local People's Committees to set up tourist support centres to help prevent tourism scams.

Travel firms earn huge revenues from domestic segment

VietNamNet Bridge – Domestic tourists, including those buying domestic and outbound tours, have generated much bigger revenues for travel firms than those earned from the inbound tourism segment,

Forging ahead

 VietNamNet Bridge – Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong reflects on the past year and shares his expectations for the next in an exclusive interview with the Vietnam News Agency.

Capital slammed for having ‘little to offer'

VietNamNet Bridge – Touring city sites is an appealing attraction for visitors to many countries, however, Ha Noi has been accused of having little to offer.