With just VND500,000, Sung Mi Phin went from Ha Giang to Sa Pa in Lao Cai to study English and learn how to make money from tourism.
A new movement has arisen among real estate investors amid the pandemic – leaving large cities for the countryside where they open a homestay or farmstay to meet people’s demand to be close to nature.
Mei Hideaway, Veque Homestay, and Hygge Homestay in Hanoi are among the top suggestions of places for tourists.
Da Bia village in Hoa Binh province is a perfect venue for travelers wanting to explore the wild nature and authentic indigenous culture.
Quy Nhon city has a range of popular homestays for visitors to enjoy whilst on a visit to the coastal province of Binh Dinh, including Life’s A Beach, Oh Quy Nhon, and Sunbe Home.
At the height of autumn, visitors are able to enjoy a range of activities in Tam Dao, Vinh Phuc province, including savouring the scenic views of white clouds, walking along paths filled with wild sunflowers.
Many homestay owners have suffered from hot development and severe competition.
Hoi An ancient town, a well-known destination for tourists, has been advised to receive no more than 5 million travelers each year so that the slogans ‘the most wonderful city’ or ‘for a cleaner Hoi An’ have real significance.
Visitors to a bamboo homestay in My Tho city, Tien Giang province are able to enjoy a variety of fruit at orchards with an overnight tour costing only VND200,000.
Rising demand for homestay in Vietnam enables investors to consider investment portfolio.
The vast Pu Luong Nature Reserve located in Thanh Hoa has emerged as a popular tourist destination in recent years with many visitors coming to explore the site’s exquisite natural scenery.
Da Lat is entering the high tourism season when travelers, Vietnamese and foreign, flock there to avoid the summer heat.
Islander Nguyen Loi, 29, has built his first house from 6,000 recycled plastic bottles on An Binh Islet, three miles from Ly Son Island of the central province Da Nang to promote waste reduction and recycling on tourism islands.
My family was lucky enough to have the chance to enjoy bòng bong (seaweed) and fresh garlic salad during a recent trip to Ly Son Island in Quang Ngai Province.
Many real estate firms which previously focused on high-end apartment projects have jumped into the tourism property segment.