Update news outbound tours
Japan has decided to welcome the return of Vietnamese visitors from September 7, according to information given by Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Yamada Takio.
VietNamNet Bridge - Leaders of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) say Vietnam could become a transit center that connects people who want to travel to DRPK.
VietNamNet Bridge - Young Vietnamese are increasingly choosing outbound tours for their holidays as the tour fees are getting cheaper.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has become the fastest-growing market for Japan and South Korea’s tourism.
VietNamNet Bridge - Reports have found that the amount of money Vietnamese travelers spend on shopping overseas is higher than the fees of their tour packages.
VietNamNet Bridge - As the number of foreign tourists continues to grow at a high rate, travel firms have been advised to disperse travelers to many tourism sites to avoid overloading.
If the high growth rate of international travelers in the last two years can be maintained, Vietnam’s tourism could catch up with Singapore in two years and with Thailand in 15 years.
VietNamNet Bridge - More and more Vietnamese travelers are choosing outbound tours instead of traveling domestically as the tours are getting cheaper.
Most of the travel firms in HCMC have prepared for oversea tours for the Lunar New Year holiday but it is not easy to buy tickets of international flights during the biggest festive season.
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,