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Vietnam to resume more int’l flights in "controlled" mannericon
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Vietnam to resume more int’l flights in "controlled" manner

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told the Ministry of Transport to continue to plan the resumption of more international flights, but in a “controlled” manner.

 
Vietnam’s domestic tourism set to recover post-COVID-19icon

Vietnam’s domestic tourism set to recover post-COVID-19

TRAVEL
15/09/2020

The second wave of COVID-19 hitting Vietnam put many tourism providers under great stress as they tried to keep their business afloat, but now the pandemic has subsided they are well-placed to bring business back to normal.

Tourism demand stimulus program may fail as service providers break promisesicon

Tourism demand stimulus program may fail as service providers break promises

FEATURE
14/09/2020

In many cases, parties in the tourism supply chain broke their promises to reduce prices, and as a result, travel firms could not provide tours at reasonable fees and travelers felt they were not respected.

Vietnam's current account forecast at 3.7% in 2020icon

Vietnam's current account forecast at 3.7% in 2020

BUSINESS
10/09/2020

Vietnam’s current account surplus could narrow to 3.7 per cent in 2020 from 4.9 per cent last year due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Fitch Solutions.

Web page launched for green travel in Vietnamicon

Web page launched for green travel in Vietnam

TRAVEL
09/09/2020

The Vietnam Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has launched a web page to boost sustainable tourism in the country.

Luxury hotels no longer lit up at night, fall into crisisicon

Luxury hotels no longer lit up at night, fall into crisis

TRAVEL
08/09/2020

Three- to five-star hotels in Hanoi have fallen into serious crisis as they cannot receive foreign travelers due to restrictions on international air transport amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Hanoi Tourism Department.

Vietnamese millennial travellers consider mobile devices essential during tripsicon

Vietnamese millennial travellers consider mobile devices essential during trips

TRAVEL
07/09/2020

Compared to preceding generations, millennials are influential in the emergence of new technologies, new experiences and new travel styles, according to a report from Outbox Consulting, which specialises in tourism and hospitality in Vietnam.

Foreign arrivals to Vietnam down 66 per cent in eight monthsicon

Foreign arrivals to Vietnam down 66 per cent in eight months

TRAVEL
31/08/2020

In the first eight months of 2020, foreign arrivals into Vietnam reached only 3.8 million, down by 67 per cent compared to the figure of 11.3 million recorded in the same period last year, as the COVID-19 pandemic greatly impacted travel.

Vietnamese hotels put up for sale amid tourism slumpicon

Vietnamese hotels put up for sale amid tourism slump

BUSINESS
27/08/2020

The hotel market has been in a state of hibernation since the beginning of the year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

HCM City devises two scenarios to revive tourismicon

HCM City devises two scenarios to revive tourism

TRAVEL
26/08/2020

Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Tourism has mapped out two scenarios to kick-start the tourism market post-COVID-19.

More than 90% of Vietnamese travel firms suspend operationsicon

More than 90% of Vietnamese travel firms suspend operations

BUSINESS
25/08/2020

Around 90%-95% of travel companies in HCM City have suspended operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tour guides forced out of work by COVID-19icon

Tour guides forced out of work by COVID-19

TRAVEL
24/08/2020

Vietnam’s tourism market had not fully recovered from the first wave of COVID-19 before the second outbreak then erupted and hit tour guides hard, especially freelance guides. 

Hoi An turns quite amid pandemicicon

Hoi An turns quite amid pandemic

TRAVEL
20/08/2020

Streets in Hoi An Town, which are often crowded with tourists, particularly at weekends, are deserted during this time when social distancing regulations are being imposed as part of Covid-19 prevention efforts. 

Sa Pa empty amid new Covid-19 waveicon

Sa Pa empty amid new Covid-19 wave

TRAVEL
13/08/2020

Many hotels and restaurants in the tourist town of Sapa have seen a sharp fall in the number of visitors due to the second wave of Covid-19.

Cruise ship owners in Quang Ninh request halt to operationsicon

Cruise ship owners in Quang Ninh request halt to operations

TRAVEL
13/08/2020

Although the northern province of Quang Ninh is still a safe destination open to tourists, cruise ship owners on Ha Long Bay have asked to stop operations due to financial difficulties.

Tourism firms need Government relief to survive: officialicon

Tourism firms need Government relief to survive: official

BUSINESS
13/08/2020

The Government’s relief and credit packages are now vital to help HCM City travel firms survive the coronavirus crisis, a top official in the city Department of Tourism has said.

The gloomy picture of VN tourism sector as seen from listed companiesicon

The gloomy picture of VN tourism sector as seen from listed companies

TRAVEL
12/08/2020

The Sheraton Hotel Da Nang and Dam Sen Water Park have reported a loss of nearly VND100 billion, while Vietravel’s loss in H1 was three times higher than that predicted for the whole year, reported CafeF.

VN tourism sector works to recover market amid new COVID-19 outbreakicon

VN tourism sector works to recover market amid new COVID-19 outbreak

TRAVEL
11/08/2020

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) is making preparations for the recovery of the tourism market amid a new COVID-19 outbreak.