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They hope to welcome a sizable number of international tourists this summer.


Holidaymakers favour hi-end resorts for Tet

Bookings for hotel rooms during Lunar New Year (Tet) festival have surged since early January, especially in four and five-star resorts.

Da Lat Night Market reopened

Da Lat Night Market in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong will be reopened from today, January 29 after a long suspension due to Covid-19.

When will international tourism really be resumed

Although the timing of the international commercial flight resumption is just days away, the hope for the reinstatement of international tourism is plagued with rather strict health control and regulations on tourists

Soft outside, crunchy inside

Available on special occasions, such as wedding parties, family reunions and the Lunar New Year, Rang Bua—a long, soft, chewy pie—is a flavorful specialty in Thanh Hoa Province

Roll it yourself

Diners will first be served thin sheets of steamed rice cake and many plates of fillings such as grilled meat, herbs and pickles.

A serviced residence in Hanoi won International Property Awards 2021

The harmonious combination of traditional Vietnamese culture and contemporary art style in interior architecture has helped the hotel won the award.

Nearly 40% of Vietnamese workers in tourism remain idle

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


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.

Ideas for getaways in March

Most Vietnamese spend the first lunar month of the year with their families. 

Domestic tourism stimulation: March promotions launched

There are a variety of options for travelers to choose from for International Women's Day retreats.

Vietnam people commit to sustainable tourism in 2021: Survey

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

Coral saviours battle to turn the tide

Members of volunteer ocean animal rescue team SaSa can spend as long as eight hours underwater at a time replanting coral off Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang.

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.

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.

Danang launches free city tour

In an effort to attract tourists to the central coastal city, the Danang Department of Tourism in collaboration with four travel companies is set to organize a free half-day tour of Danang under the program, “Danang – Free Tour – Have Fun”.

Covid-19 forces travel firms to undergo restructuring

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

Ninh Binh orders suspension of tours to and from HCMC

The northern province of Ninh Binh has asked the relevant agencies to step up efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19, including temporarily putting on hold tours between the province and HCMC.

Old tower in the rice field

Recently, travelers to Quang Nam Province have been fascinated by an old brickyard standing alone in a vast rice field.