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Quang Nam Province hopes to welcome some 12 million visitors until 2025, 50% of them international tourists, staying at 1,000 accommodation establishments with 22,000 rooms, revealed a Resolution on Quang Nam tourism development to 2025.

Lonely Planet highlights Vietnam’s Top 7 road trips

Australia's renowned travel guide Lonely Planet has selected the seven best road trips in Vietnam, spanning from the country’s north down to its southern reaches.

Local airlines raise management fees

Some local air carriers such as Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines, Vasco and Bamboo Airways will increase their management fees by up to VND100,000 per passenger.


A river tour of Nha Trang City

The Cai River in Nha Trang stretches 79 kilometers from Gia Le Islet to Khanh Vinh and Dien Khanh districts, and to Nha Trang City. 

Hanoi’s Dan Phuong district to focus on tourism development

Boasting scenic landscape and diverse culture, Dan Phuong promises to become an interesting suburban destination of Hanoi.


Nearly 40% of Vietnamese workers in tourism remain idle

Covid-19 has caused a sharp decline in business revenue in the tourism industry.


Huge influx of visitors leads Ba Ria-Vung Tau to suspend nonessential services

The Ba Ria-Vung Tau government has made a decision to suspend many nonessential services, including bars, pubs and karaoke parlors, until further notice, while the beach is crowded with tourists.

Quang Nam to reopen door to to foreign tourists

If the “vaccine passport” initiative were approved by the government, Quang Nam would be the first province in Vietnam to reopen to foreign tourists in July.

50% Vietnamese travelers are willing to travel in May and June

The newly launched “insight snapshot” by Outbox Consulting show that 50% of local travelers are intending to travel in May and June, among them, 40% are more interested in sightseeing and cuisine.

April 30–May 1 holidays: air tickets selling out, more trips offered

Airlines are offering more flights on the national holidays marking the Reunification and International Labor Day, but air tickets for some routes are running out because of high demand.

5-star hotels slash service fees to lure Vietnamese guests

Many luxury hotels remain deserted with no foreign guests during Covid-19 and, as a result, hoteliers have slashed room rates to survive the difficult period.

Special policies and tours needed to promote educational tourism

Danang’s tourism industry needs to offer specific policies and tours to attract guests to participate in educational tourism.

Red River tourism awaiting to be uncovered

The capital city has potential to develop tours on the Red River. However, it has not been fully tapped.

Vietnamese enjoy high-end tours at surprisingly low fees

Travel firms have been advised to focus on the domestic market for the immediate time. However, they also need to draw up new strategies and new programs to conquer this group of travelers.

Travel agencies seek changes to cope with Covid-19

Travel agencies are attempting to be more creative as more people are choosing backpacking.

Government urged to open door to foreign travelers

Vietnam needs to design a roadmap for opening the market to receive foreign travelers or it will fail to develop tourism as other countries have taken one step forward.

Business-class tickets and five star hotels for VND2 million: tour prices plummet

It is cheaper than ever to travel now as prices have dropped amid the pandemic, while this time of year is usually the slowest for the tourism sector.

Vaccine 'passport' could help save tourism

Large-scale Covid-19 vaccinations are expected to help restore travelers’ confidence, loosen travel restrictions and normalize tourism activities.

Two Vietnamese beaches among top beaches in Asia

TripAdvisor readers have named My Khe in the central city of Da Nang and An Bang in Hoi An city among the most beautiful beaches in Asia.

Travel firms shift to new strategies to overcome pandemic crisis

While many travel firms and hotels have gone bankrupt or are idle, others have been thriving thanks to new business strategies and creative products.