tin tức về tourism recovery mới nhất
It seems Vietnam is nearing her H-hour set for welcoming back international travelers. The tourism authorities and businesses in the field have readied themselves for a launch as soon as it is given the green light.
The beaches in Da Nang were full of local residents and visitors over the past weekend.
Domestic tourism places high hopes on the upcoming holidays of the Reunification Day (April 30) and Labor Day (May 1) will be bustling with travel activities.
Although the domestic tourism is bouncing back, travel agencies still emphasise the need to open border for tourists from certain countries to reboot the industry.
About 68 percent of surveyed people in Vietnam stated their intent to resume travelling by the last quarter of 2020, showing their eagerness to travel and confidence in the Government’s handling of the pandemic.
The HCM City People’s Committee has allowed bars and dance clubs that were closed late last month due to the second COVID-19 outbreak to resume operations from Monday (September 7).
If Vietnam continues to keep the Covid-19 pandemic under control, it may be able to admit international tourists by the third quarter.