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The Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO) in Vietnam held an event on June 22 to set up connections with Vietnamese travel management agencies and businesses to promote the growth of MICE tourism after COVID-19 is put under control.

HCM City nominated for Asia's Best MICE Destination in 2021

Ho Chi Minh City has become one of the eight candidates nominated for the title of "Asia's Best MICE Destination 2021" by World MICE Award.

“Made-in-Vietnam” COVID-19 vaccine expected within nine months

The country is expected to market a “Made-in-Vietnam” vaccine for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) within the next nine to 12 months due to the vaccine research and manufacturing project enjoying strong progress, according to researchers.

Removing ‘bottlenecks’ for Mekong Delta tourism

The Mekong Delta has been known far and wide for long as a magnet to tourists thanks to its green space and orchards, crisscrossed by canals. 

Mekong Delta develops new tourism products

The Mekong Delta region enjoyed a boost in tourist arrivals in the first half of the year as a result of efforts to diversify tourism products and services.

Lang Co Bay celebrates anniversary, looks to the future

Lang Co Bay in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue is celebrating 10 years since it was added to the WorldBays list of the world's most beautiful bays.

Vietnam takes steps to attract more MICE tourists

The number of MICE travelers to Vietnam has been increasing steadily in the last few years, but Vietnam is still far from becoming an outstanding destination for MICE travelers.

MICE travel booms in Da Nang

VietNamnet Bridge - Da Nang City has become a favorite destination for MICE (meetings, incentives, conferencing, exhibitions) tourists.

HCM City to focus on evening activities, better security for tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Travel experts have urged HCM City to classify its tourism activities into specific groups with development potential, such as shopping tourism, community tourism and river tourism.

Visa fees for int’l tourists to fall sharply next month

 From November 23, foreigners will pay US$25 for a single-entry visa and US$50 for a visa valid for three months or less when they visit Vietnam, according to a circular recently issued by the Ministry of Finance.

Tour scandal raises questions

 VietNamNet Bridge – Last week, more than 700 Vietnamese people were left stranded in the middle of a MICE (Meeting-Incentive-Conventions-Exhibition) tour in Bangkok.