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The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said on October 25 that it is working to verify news that about 100 Vietnamese tourists have gone missing after entering the Republic of Korea (RoK) through Yangyang International Airport.
Vietnamese tourists in groups of five or more in designated travel companies will enjoy the visa exemption policy at Yangyang International Airport in South Korea’s Gangwon Province with a maximum stay of 15 days from June 1, 2022.
Travel lovers can now explore the mesmerizing beauty of Australia’s garden city – Melbourne, with nonstop flights of Bamboo Airways on a weekly basis.
VietNamNet Bridge – Bui Duc Thu, member of the National Assembly's Financial and Budget Committee talks with Hai Quan (Customs) newspaper about budget overspending.
Overseas destinations attractive to Vietnamese despite economic difficulties; Vietravel cited ‘Best Vietnam Travel Agency’; Vietnam’s tourism in 2013 draft report introduced; Vinpearl to launch new island resort
VietNamNet Bridge – Local travel firms are racing to launch promotions for local and overseas tours and services, with discounts of up to 50%, or free hotel rooms given to air ticket purchasers.
VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam welcomed 6.8 million international arrivals in 2012, marking a year-on-year increase of 13.86 per cent and bringing revenue of nearly US$7 billion.