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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.
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).
The Vietnam National Authority of Tourism will replace the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism to govern all tourism services and activities in the country as of July 1, 2023.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has required the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism to coordinate with relevant units to inspect accommodation facilities in key tourism areas across the country.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) is calling for votes for the country in the 2023 World Travel Awards, which turn 30 this year.
The nation raked in US$16.5 billion after reopening to international tourism, according to industry insiders.
The local tourism industry has a golden opportunity to reopen for international tourists on March 15, after a two-year border closure due to the pandemic.
With the Covid-19 pandemic under control in Vietnam, the country now seeks to breathe life back into its tourism industry.
Contrary to real estate investors and businesses’ expectations, one year after the Formula 1 race track kicked off, the real estate market in Hanoi remains at a standstill.
The Vietnam Telecommunications Authority (VNTA) under the Ministry of Information and Communications asked network operators to ensure the quality of telecommunications services.
Most businesses are not setting high business targets this year because of uncertainties and the unpredictable Covid-2019 epidemic.
As part of plans to catch up with developed economies, Vietnam is looking to embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution (FIR), with 5G coverage one of the key steps.
The Vietnamese tourism sector is approaching to the target of welcoming 17.5 -18 million international visitors and serving 85 million domestic tourists in 2019, while earning revenue of nearly US$30.1 billion.
Travel firms now tend to place orders for workers directly with training establishments, as some schools say the number of graduates ordered by travel firms has been increasing by 5,000 each year.
VietNamNet Bridge - The Khanh Hoa provincial authorities are finding it difficult to control low-cost tours, which are booming in the sea city of Nha Trang.