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Available on special occasions, such as wedding parties, family reunions and the Lunar New Year, Rang Bua—a long, soft, chewy pie—is a flavorful specialty in Thanh Hoa Province

Delicacy from Vietnam’s former capital

Vietnam’s ancient capital—has amassed a collection of tasty specialties. The steamed rice cake is one among them.

Vietnam to pilot resuming regular int'l flights from Jan. 2022

All flights to be resumed must comply with the rules from the health ministry on medical measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and ensure safety, efficiency and smoothness.

HCMC to promote tourism in international markets

A dialogue on promoting HCMC’s tourism industry between the city’s leaders and foreign cultural and press officers and reporters residing in Vietnam was held on December 3.

CAAV proposes suspension of flights from 10 African countries

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has proposed the suspension of flights, including repatriation flights, from 10 African countries to prevent the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 from entering Vietnam.

CAAV proposes to increase domestic flight frequency from December 1

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) revealed that it has proposed to the Ministry of Transport to allow increasing the frequency of domestic flights from December 1.

Post-pandemic tourism: harnessing the value of cultural heritages

Fostering national tourism based on cultural values and available heritage is considered an effective solution for the sector to overcome challenges after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Railway through Central of Vietnam listed among six amazing Asia train journeys

The train passes through marvelous Vietnam's central scenery of water buffaloes graze in wide-open fields, humble villages flit by, and impossibly green fields.

Ba Ria - Vung Tau promotes eco-tourism at national park

The southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau has planned to establish 17 eco-tourism areas under a tourism development project at its Con Dao National Park until 2030.

Board IV seeks Prime Minister dialogue on tourism reopening

The Private Economic Development Research Board, or Board IV, has proposed that the Prime Minister chair a strategic dialogue to discuss the roadmap for safe and effective opening of domestic and international tourism.

Hanoi launches first safety tour in new normal

A safety tour with a combination of automatic audio guides and traditional sightseeing has been launched on at the Vietnam National Museum of History.

Hanoi is one among “The Best Cities for a Workation”

The charming city with various beautiful landscapes, friendly people and ‘arguably one of the best street food scenes on the planet’ is one among the best cities of the world for a workation.

 

Ho Chi Minh City officially reopens to tourists

Ho Chi Minh City has officially reopened to welcome back tourists, with the local market set to play a key role in connecting localities whilst developing inter-regional routes and safe destinations under its tourism recovery roadmap.

Quang Binh welcomes first tourists from outside after pandemic-caused hiatus

The central province of Quang Binh on October 15 welcomed the first tourists from another locality after a long hiatus triggered by the latest COVID-19 wave.

Khmer-style crepe in Tra Vinh

The Khmer-style crepe is a favorite sweet in some localities in the Mekong Delta, especially Tra Vinh Province.

Delightful trekking route through Ta Giang

Beautiful landscapes, springs with crystal clear water, primary forests, rice fields carefully tended by ethnic people, and immense grasslands are what trekkers to Ta Giang in Khanh Hoa Province can expect on their trips.

HCM City starts tourism recovery scheme by tours to “green areas”

Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Tourism is coordinating with travel firms and relevant agencies to further expand the pilot organisation of tours to local historical sites

Tourism sector expects to revive operations soon: Minister

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) is looking forward to quickly resume operations of the tourism industry which was battered by the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister Nguyen Van Hung has said.

Demand for domestic travel information plunges due to COVID-19

Since late April when the latest wave of COVID-19 hit Vietnam, the volume of domestic tourists searching for travel information has dropped sharply to a very low level, according to statistics from Google Destination Insights.

First air passengers with vaccine passport arrive in Vietnam from Japan

A plane carrying 297 passengers with a vaccine passport from Japan landed at Van Don International Airport in Quang Ninh province on September 3.