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UNESCO director's posts about Vietnam receive thousands of likes

When UNESCO’s Director General Audrey Azouley visited in Vietnam, she posted seven statuses on her X page about Vietnam which received many likes and retweets. This is one of the quickest ways to popularize Vietnam.

Vietnam tourism searches grow at 6th fastest rate

The search volume for Vietnam's tourism via Google's market trend tracking tool grew 75% in 2023, ranking 6th in the world, according to the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism (VNAT).

VN tourism industry expects a bonanza year ahead on global market recovery

The Vietnamese tourism industry anticipates a strong breakthrough year with the global tourism market set to make a complete recovery by the end of 2024.

Vietnam reports 3.2 million tourists during New Year holiday

There were more than 3.2 million people traveling within the country during the three-day New Year holiday, an increase of 6.6% over the same period last year, according to a Vietnam National Authority of Tourism report.

Vietnam developing community-based tourism

The community’s participation in tourism development not only helps maintain long-term economic contributions, but also ensures the necessary support for and supervision over tourism activities.

Dien Bien National Tourism Year 2024 kicks off

The Opening Ceremony of The National Tourism Year 2024 will take place together with the Ban Flower Festival in March 2024 in Điện Biên Phủ City

Lunar New Year Holidays to boost tourism in Vietnam

The tourism and aviation industries expect a significant increase in travel during the Lunar New Year (Tet) and an uptick in tourist spending.

Koreans, Chinese top foreign arrivals in Vietnam

Vietnam welcomed 12.6 million international arrivals in 2023, with the Republic of Korea (RoK) and China being the largest source markets, according to the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism (VNAT).

Vietnam to welcome 17-18 million int’l tourists in 2024

The total tourism revenue in 2024 is expected to reach VND840 trillion (US$34.6 billion).

VN welcomed 12.6 million foreign tourists, revenue hits $1.5b in 2023

The 12.6 million figure is still only 70 per cent of the figure in 2019, right before COVID-19 and the halt of international tourism

Vietnam- an ideal destination for digital nomads

Convenient tourist visa, abundant attractions, low cost of living, and a friendly atmosphere are among the reasons that help Vietnam become an ideal destination for digital nomads, according to Travel Off Path.

Vietnam sees record number of international arrivals in December

Vietnam served nearly 1.4 million international tourists in December, a record high figure on a monthly basis this year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO) in a report released on December 29.

More luxury cruise ships to bring visitors to Vietnam in early 2024

Vietnam is expected to welcome the world’s most technologically advanced five-star cruise ships in late 2023 and in January 2024.

Vietnam's tourism shows strong recovery in 2023

2023 is a successful year for tourism sector with a large number of visitors and enhanced reputation in the world arena, according to insiders.

Vietnam hoped to become healthcare destination

Thanks to significant achievements in medicine, increasing quality, and reasonable costs of medical examination and treatment services, Vietnam's healthcare establishments have attracted more and more foreign patients.

More foreign travellers to visit VN: Travel sites

Vietnam this year has consistently grown in attractiveness to travelers around the world, online travel platforms said.

Tourism industry faces new challenges after Ministry’s decision takes effect

The country’s tourism industry has not gone back to the old normal, but worries are even greater after the Ministry of Transport’s decision on air ticket price ceiling which is effective from March 1, 2024.

Vietnam meets 2023 target of foreign visitors​

The total number of international tourists in 2023 is estimated at 12.5 million, meeting the target of 12.5-13 million international arrivals.

Performing arts help promote tourism

Experts from UNESCO believe that the performing arts help improve people-to-people exchanges and promote tourism in Hanoi.

Homestay owners in northern province preserve cultural heritage through tourism

In the mountainous commune of Hang Kia, Mai Châu District, Hòa Bình Province, Sùng Y Múa is working tirelessly to turn her homestay into a living museum of Mông culture.