Booking.com, one of the world’s leading digital travel platforms, has revealed its top 10 Vietnamese trending destinations to visit in 2022, including both unique and lesser known sites which are filled with hidden gems.
With travel just beginning to open families are looking for getaways around Vietnam again.
Amid the pandemic, technology continues to play an important role in the tourism industry, increasing the peace of mind of travelers and offering new experiences.
Solo travel is forecast to be a mainstream trend after the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Vietnam’s prolonged social distancing now in the rearview mirror for both Hanoi and HCM City, the country’s attention can turn to the possible re-opening of its borders to international travelers.
As many as 60% of Vietnamese anticipate restriction-free domestic travel within six months, while only 40% expect international travel to be reopened, according to newly a released survey by Agoda.
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.
A plane carrying 297 passengers with a vaccine passport from Japan landed at Van Don International Airport in Quang Ninh province on September 3.
The Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum on August 28 officially rolled out a brand-new 3D virtual tour in both Vietnamese and English, enabling the public to explore the Hanoi-based museum remotely.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of life including the way people travel and hang out.
The two ancient traditional craft villages in An Nhon District, Binh Dinh Province, have tried their best to maintain the traditional local craft.
Vietnam has been striving that half of craft villages can participate in the country’s supply chain in tourism.
Besides changes from the “new normal” to a “new future”, Vietnam needs to improve its tourism products and services to continue tapping into global tourism, including the potential market of Japan.
Businesses get ready to welcome back visitors to the resort island of Phu Quoc, where is among tourist destinations that have contained the pandemic.
Quang Ninh once again has had to close the door to fight the pandemic after just half a month of opening to travelers. Localities have had to change their tourism development plans regularly.
Green growth and stable development are the orientation of the tourism industry in the coming time.
The transport authority of Danang recently received a proposal from its counterpart in the neighboring province of Quang Nam about the resumption of passenger transport services linking the two localities.
The harmonious combination of traditional Vietnamese culture and contemporary art style in interior architecture has helped the hotel won the award.