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Quang Nam to reopen door to to foreign touristsicon
TRAVEL25/04/20210

Quang Nam to reopen door to to foreign tourists

If the “vaccine passport” initiative were approved by the government, Quang Nam would be the first province in Vietnam to reopen to foreign tourists in July.

 
Hanoi’s tourism lost $3.6 billion in 2020 amid Covid-19 crisisicon

Hanoi’s tourism lost $3.6 billion in 2020 amid Covid-19 crisis

TRAVEL
23/01/2021

Hanoi received 8.65 million travelers in 2020, just 30 percent of the figure in 2019. Losses were estimated at $3.6 billion.

Tourism industry still struggling because of Covid-19, directors sell food onlineicon

Tourism industry still struggling because of Covid-19, directors sell food online

FEATURE
01/01/2021

The tourism industry has never before fallen into such a difficult situation. Many travel firms have had to shut down, while tour guides have had to take temporary jobs while waiting for opportunities to return.

Thrilling experiences in Binh Chau-Ho Cocicon

Thrilling experiences in Binh Chau-Ho Coc

TRAVEL
20/12/2020

Binh Chau- Ho Coc tourist site in Xuyen Moc District, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, offers travelers interesting tourism experiences

Da Lat tourism honoured as the national brand in 2020icon

Da Lat tourism honoured as the national brand in 2020

TRAVEL
29/11/2020

A product of the tourism sector of Da Lat City in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong has been inscribed in the list of National Brand products of Vietnam for the first time.

Foreigners keen on conquering Lang Son mountainsicon

Foreigners keen on conquering Lang Son mountains

TRAVEL
15/11/2020

Mountain climbing in the northern province of Lang Son has tempted many tourists with the majority being foreigners.

The making of a coastal destinationicon

The making of a coastal destination

TRAVEL
08/11/2020

The Mui Ne Tourism Site in the south-central province of Binh Thuan recently secured recognition from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as a national tourism site, marking a new era of growth for the destination.

Number of foreign visitors to Vietnam increases by 7.6 percent in Octobericon

Number of foreign visitors to Vietnam increases by 7.6 percent in October

TRAVEL
01/11/2020

In October alone, the number of international tourists to Vietnam was up 7.6 percent from the previous month and down 99.1 percent from the same period last year due to the pandemic, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

What are the key factors influencing travel decisions now?icon

What are the key factors influencing travel decisions now?

FEATURE
10/10/2020

Safety of tours and people’s financial capability are the decisive factors affecting people’s travel plans from now to the end of the year, a survey has found. Travelers are choosing short tours and going in small groups.

Tourism industry looks to domestic travellers as key source of revenueicon

Tourism industry looks to domestic travellers as key source of revenue

FEATURE
01/10/2020

As international flights still cannot fully resume, the tourism industry is hoping for an increase in domestic travel.

Resumption of some international flights not expected to bring back many tourists at onceicon

Resumption of some international flights not expected to bring back many tourists at once

FEATURE
23/09/2020

Vietnam should not look forward to receiving foreign travelers soon after it reopens international air routes, but it needs to prepare well to get them back.

Tourist firms seek loan-interest payment delayicon

Tourist firms seek loan-interest payment delay

TRAVEL
22/09/2020

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) has proposed several urgent measures to the Prime Minister to support travel firms, including an extension on loan interest payments until December 2021.

“New normal” for tourism industryicon

“New normal” for tourism industry

TRAVEL
13/09/2020

It would be a great challenge for the tourism industry if it does not adapt to the “new normal,” the way to cope with long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Luxury hotels no longer lit up at night, fall into crisisicon

Luxury hotels no longer lit up at night, fall into crisis

TRAVEL
08/09/2020

Three- to five-star hotels in Hanoi have fallen into serious crisis as they cannot receive foreign travelers due to restrictions on international air transport amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Hanoi Tourism Department.

Vietnam serves nearly 3.8 million international touristsicon

Vietnam serves nearly 3.8 million international tourists

TRAVEL
30/08/2020

Vietnam served nearly 3.8 million international visitors in the first eight months of this year, a decrease of nearly 67% compared to the same period last year.

To develop VN night-time economy, appropriate investments neededicon

To develop VN night-time economy, appropriate investments needed

BUSINESS
21/08/2020

Large cities in Vietnam, especially tourism sites, are rushing to develop a night-time economy with the aim of becoming ‘sleepless cities’.

HCM City supports tourism businesses in face of COVID-19icon

HCM City supports tourism businesses in face of COVID-19

TRAVEL
09/08/2020

As the disease broke out again in Da Nang in July, many enterprises in HCM City have delayed or cancelled their tourism programmes in the central coastal city.

VN tourism industry warned of labor shortage after COVID-19icon

VN tourism industry warned of labor shortage after COVID-19

TRAVEL
16/07/2020

The massive departure of workers in the industry in the last five months has caused problems for business executives, who will have to find qualified workers in the post-pandemic period.