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Tourism sector urged to develop national tourism brand

In the first 10 months of this year, Việt Nam welcomed 99 million domestic visitors and 10 million international tourists, exceeding the 2023 target of 8 million visitors.

Vietnam says xin chào to music tourism

The recent successful shows of famous international singers and bands show that Vietnam is capable of organising mega global shows.

Proposal of granting three to five-year visas aims to lure high-end tourists

Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Van Hung this morning reported at the conference discussing the rapid and sustainable development of Vietnam tourism.

PM chairs national teleconference on tourism development

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on November 15 chaired a national teleconference discussing the rapid and sustainable development of Vietnam’s tourism.

Souvenirs foster cultural exchange and drive tourism revenue

For any tourist, a souvenir is an important part of their travel experience because it serves as a tangible reminder of their trip, and they bring home souvenirs to share with their friends and loved ones.

Vietnam taps potential to develop cruise tourism

With a long coastline of 3,260km, more than 4,000 islands and a wealth of renowned landscapes, Vietnam has become an attractive destination for cruise tourism.

Healing tourism trend prompts service suppliers to become more dynamic

The rising trend of healing tourism has prompted service suppliers to design more diverse tours to meet travelers’ demands.

Vietnam's tourism sector earns US$23.7 billion in ten months

Vietnam’s total revenue from tourists is estimated at VND582.6 trillion (US$23.7 billion) in the first ten months of 2023, according to the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism.

VN tourism authority, Traveloka seal public-private cooperation deal

The Vietnam Authority of Tourism (VNAT) and travel platform Traveloka on October 31 inked a memorandum of understanding to enhance their public-private partnership (PPP) in promoting the sustainable growth of the industry in Vietnam.

Phu Quoc: one of world’s top destinations, but Vietnamese are not visiting

Phu Quoc Island has been praised by international mass media as a ‘rising star’ in the world’s tourism map. However, the number of domestic travelers to the island has dropped sharply compared with 2022.

Foreign arrivals to VN hits nearly 10 million in first ten months

The number of international visitors to Vietnam as of October 2023 has reached 9,997 million, 4.2 times higher year-on-year, according to the latest report from the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.

Many destinations see drop in number of tourists due to high air fares

It is difficult for domestic airlines to lower air ticket prices any further after more than two years of struggling with the severe economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vietnam welcomes over 1 million int'l visitors in fourth consecutive month

Vietnam welcomed 1.11 million international tourists in October, making the fourth consecutive month that the country has served more than 1 million foreign visitor, according to the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism (VNAT).

Central Vietnam tourism eyes growing tour links

The Central Vietnam Roadshow aims at expanding the potential international market and promoting the brand Amazing Central Vietnam Heritage in connection with tourism businesses from the region.

Land for tourism development should be of higher priority

If localities had identified tourism as a key local economic engine, then tourism projects should be granted their appropriate standing among the socio-economic development priorities.

Green, sustainable tourism becomes major trend in Vietnam

Amid a rising trend of green and sustainable tourism after the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam is advised to design a strategy and measures to promote green tourism development and better meet tourists’ demands.

HCM City tourism growing strong in 2023

HCM City welcomed nearly 27 million domestic visitors in the first nine months of 2023, up 24.9 per cent year-on-year, and about 3.6 million foreign visitors, a 69 per cent year-on-year increase.

Halal tourism – “gold mine” for Vietnam to tap into

Vietnam’s tourism sector is working hard to attract more tourists from Muslim countries (Halal tourists) which is seen as a potential market for the global tourism industry.

Self-drive tours between Quang Ninh and China to be resumed

Self-drive tours between Mong Cai City, Quang Ninh Province and Dongxing City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, will be resumed at the end of this month after a test run concluded in June 2020.

Culinary delights add to allure of Vietnamese tourism

With its rich and diverse culinary heritage and the refinement in cooking and enjoyment cultivated over thousands of years, VN holds huge potential to develop culinary tourism, turning its gastronomy into a captivating advantage to attract visitors.