Latest News about tourism development
The People’s Council of the northeastern province of Quang Ninh approved a tourism promotion incentive for 2020 worth about 200 billion VND (nearly 8.6 million USD), during a meeting on May 14.
Taipei-based StarLux Airlines has launched a new air route linking Taiwan and Vietnam’s central city of Da Nang.
Developing tourism and services in protective and special-use forests in parallel with conservation will become a key part of the national economy in the future, said Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong.
The central coastal region continues to face challenges in tourism development even though the area is rich and diverse in natural and cultural resources.
The Vietnam Travel and Tourism Summit 2019 will be held for the second time in Hanoi on December 9 under the theme “For Vietnamese Tourism to Really Take Off”.
A leader of Phnom Penh capital city of Cambodia asked Ba Ria – Vung Tau to open a tourism bus route linking the two sides while meeting with visiting officials of the southern province of Vietnam on October 21.
After many years of being neglected, resort real estate in Binh Thuan province has been awakened by projects worth billions of dollars.
An Binh island off the coast of Quang Ngai province’s Ly Son district is promoting the environmentally-friendly homestay model. Initially, this model has made a hit with holidaymakers.
Experts all agree that the development of the aviation industry with more airports and air routes put has helped change the central region.
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.
The confrontation between RedDoorz and OYO in the hotel sector has been compared to the duel between Uber and Grab in the past.
The Korean Tourism Organisation (KTO) held a conference on MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Event) tourism of the Republic of Korea (RoK) in Hanoi on July 11.
Many real estate firms which previously focused on high-end apartment projects have jumped into the tourism property segment.
The decision by Quang Binh provincial authorities to reject the cable car project at Song Doong Cave has been applauded by the public.