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Travel companies need to develop unique products that are responsible for the local community and eco-friendly to meet the requirements of tourists.

Vietnamese tourism - From zero to Number 1

From a “low-cost” destination 20 years ago, Vietnam’s tourism sector has made substantial breakthroughs and become a regular in the last five years on “must-see” lists for international tourists.

Tourism sector once again faces dead halt due to new coronavirus wave

Local tour operators are once again facing tour cancellations due to the new coronavirus outbreaks in some northern provinces, making life difficult for the tourism sector to get back on its feet.

Beach tours to be top choice for Tet

Beach tours have become the top choice for the coming Lunar New Year or Tet.

An emerging land of sea and sun

Ninh Thuan has a reputation as the land of “little rain and too much sun and wind”. Rocky hills and mountains extend down to Vietnam’s south-central coast of bays, white sands, golden sunlight, and turquoise waters.

Covid-19 forces travel firms to undergo restructuring

For travel firms to survive the pandemic, they have had to undergo restructuring.

Age no barrier to conquering continents

Never did Tran Le Hung imagine that one day he would be recognised as the first Vietnamese to pass through 39 countries and territories over the course of six months on a motorbike.

HCM City links up with five regions to raise tourism revenue

Sustainable regional linkages between HCM City and five other regions are expected to play a vital role in the recovery of the tourism industry, which has been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Developing tourism in Sa Pa: it’s time to ‘play big’

While the number of tourists flocking to Sa Pa is increasing, tourism activities and services lack diversity.

Covid-19 reshapes travel trend

The travel trend among tourists has changed significantly, with a heightened level of travel safety and more sustainable travel offerings emerging as a top priority as well as evolving preferences over where and with whom people travel,

Agoda research reveals travel trend expectations for the next decade

Single apps for all travel needs, passport free travel, and mobile app check-in are the top three ‘new travel norms’ expected by travelers in the next decade, according to new research by Agoda.