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The number of international searches about Vietnam's tourism on Google is growing by 50-75%, the fourth highest level in the world.

Famous 'lonely trees' in Vietnam

A tree that stands alone can appear very normal but look very beautiful in photos.

Vietnamese tourists among most ready to travel in Asia-Pacific

The Travel Confidence Index released on June 22 by shows that Vietnam has emerged as the second most confident in Asia-Pacific for traveling, with 85% of local travelers stating they intend to travel in the next 12 months.

Vietnamese tourists able to easily travel to 25 countries worldwide

Outbound tourism is recovering very strongly amid high demand among Vietnamese people when many countries enthusiastically open up to international visitors.

Recent holiday sees tourism boom two years after pandemic

The five million tourists during the recent four-day April-May holiday have helped the tourism industry recover.

What should Vietnam do to attract international tourists?

After three years of the Covid-19 pandemic, the psychology and tastes of tourists have changed. There has been a rise of green tourism products and tourism programs associated with health care.

Travel booms in young people on a year lost to Covid-19

Travel is on the rise as the worst of Covid-19 pandemic seems to be behind.

U70 pals complete 50-year vow by traveling 6,000 kilometers through 32 provinces

Four U70 buddies completed a 5,714 km trek by pickup truck from Lam Dong to Northwest and Northeast provinces in 15 days, realizing their 50-year-old goal.

Booking combo tours is now in fashion

More tours with a mixture of different tourism products should be offered, according to experts. Travelers, for example, can have an outing, relax, and play golf.

Vietnamese tourists rush to travel abroad

After the full reopening of the country to foreign visitors, the inbound tourism needs more time to develop while outbound tourism has been so busy a few weeks ago.

Unexpected opportunities from the pandemic

According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), tourists now love to go to unspoiled lands, isolated places such as quiet countryside, high mountains, and islands or beaches not yet exploited for tourism.


Do-it-yourself travel emerges as a new normal trend in VN

As tourism recovers in the new normal after the lifting of pandemic- related restrictions, self-organised tours bypassing travel agency services have emerged as a rising trend, a local report says.

VN tourism will suffer under overly strict requirements: experts

The proposals by MOH on requiring foreign arrivals not to leave accommodations for the first 72 hours in Vietnam have discouraged travel firms. They say the overly strict requirement is contrary to the Government’s policy on tourism reopening.

New Da Lat tourist site criticized for being too flashy

A new tourist zone in the resort city of Da Lat has become controversial on social media due to its design that is said to be "flashy", "messy", and "spoiling the natural beauty of Mimosa Pass".

Young Vietnamese man travels to 30 countries, 150 cities

By the time he turned 27, Phan Thanh Quoc had visited 30 countries and 150 cities. And now he is working to earn enough money to take a trip around the world after the Covid-19 pandemic ends.


Independent tourism booms, travel firms anxious about their future

About 6.2 million people traveled during the nine-day Tet holiday, according to VNAT. But most were independent tourists who did not buy tours from travel firms.

Saigon woman reveals how she takes trips to expensive places at bargain prices

Ms. Lang Tran has travelled to many cities in Vietnam, Japan, France and Indonesia for no more than VND800,000 (US$35) a day.

Ninh Binh’s tourist attractions reopen to visitors from other provinces

All tourist attractions in the northern province of Ninh Binh can now welcome back tourists from other provinces and cities starting today, February 1, or the first day of the lunar new year.

Many flights, hotels fully booked on Tet

Lots of flights and hotels have been fully booked due to the high travel demand during the Lunar New Year or Tet Holiday.

People book tours for early Tet celebrations

Travel firms are busy these days as more people have begun booking tours. The number of travelers is expected to increase before, during and after the Tet holiday.