Update news travel trends
New tourism trends not only pose challenges but also offer opportunities for Vietnam, which has great indigenous cultural value and experiences.
The rejection of Vietnam’s new passport by some EU member countries is affecting HCM City tourism companies since their customers are unable to travel to those countries.
International visitors to the country reached 954,600 during the opening seven months of the year, representing a 10-fold increase compared to the same period from last year, according to figures revealed by the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Ranked after India with a modest gap of one percent, Vietnam is among the countries with the highest enthusiasm for traveling now and for confidence in welcoming foreign travelers.
Vietnam received 365,300 foreign travelers in the first five months of the year, or 4.5 times higher than the same period last year, but 95 percent lower compared with the same period in 2019.
The country lacks qualified workers in the tourism industry, but the solutions to the problem are not easy to implement.
As the number of Covid cases is increasing rapidly, many Hanoi families are going camping in the forests or mountains on weekends instead of booking tours or going to amusement places in the inner city.
The demand for workers is increasing in the tourism sector as Vietnam prepares for full tourism reopening from March 15. However, it’s very difficult to recruit workers at this time.
Vietnam is expected to serve some 18 million international tourist arrivals and 85 million domestic ones by 2026 under a program on developing the local tourism sector during the 2022-2026 period.
The “phoenix-themed Bodhi leaf” and the dragon-themed translucent porcelain bowls are among the most outstanding treasures, showing the outstanding skillfulness of ancient Vietnamese artisans.
Phu Quoc island city in the southern province of Kien Giang on November 20, 2021 welcomed the first international tourist group to Vietnam after nearly two years of the country’s “freezing status” due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Da Nang Tourism Promotion Centre on January 21 signed a cooperation agreement with travel firm Klook Vietnam on strengthening communications and tourism promotion to attract more tourists to the central city.
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.
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.
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.
A safety tour with a combination of automatic audio guides and traditional sightseeing has been launched on at the Vietnam National Museum of History.
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.