HCM City proposes welcoming international visitors next month

HCM City proposes welcoming international visitors next month

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has proposed the city welcome fully vaccinated foreign tourists from December in a document submitted to the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Coordinating to establish an efficient reopening

Coordinating to establish an efficient reopening

Vietnam is set to reopen for international tourists, thus providing positivity for a market revival. Kenneth Atkinson, founder and senior advisor at Grant Thornton Vietnam, advises on the pitfalls that could hinder these efforts.
"Live fully in Vietnam" campaign welcomes back international visitors

"Live fully in Vietnam" campaign welcomes back international visitors

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has officially launched a campaign called "Live fully in Vietnam" to welcome international tourists back to five destinations in the country.
Quang Nam’s world heritage sites welcome foreign visitors

Quang Nam’s world heritage sites welcome foreign visitors

Two world heritage sites in the central province of Quang Nam – Hoi An ancient town and My Son Sanctuary – began to welcome foreign tourists starting November 15.
Mixed prospects for domestic tourism resurgence

Mixed prospects for domestic tourism resurgence

Although domestic tourism is showing signs of recovery, with more localities even gearing up for pilot plans to welcome non-national tourists, the stubborn pandemic is continuing to hinder efforts to fully revive the sector in Vietnam.
Mish-mash of conditions serve up tourism confusion

Mish-mash of conditions serve up tourism confusion

Regulations on travel and medical conditions are not consistent across localities, causing many tourists to be confused, while companies face difficulties in preparing their tours.
Vietnam plans to resume international flights in 2022

Vietnam plans to resume international flights in 2022

The MoT has proposed the prime minister to ease air travel restrictions, reopen international borders, and restart international flights from January 2022.
CAAV proposes to re-open international flights to 15 countries

CAAV proposes to re-open international flights to 15 countries

The CAAV proposed receiving international visitors from 15 countries and territories, adding Laos, Cambodia, and the United Kingdom to the previous plan.
Hanoi launches first safety tour in new normal

Hanoi launches first safety tour in new normal

A safety tour with a combination of automatic audio guides and traditional sightseeing has been launched on at the Vietnam National Museum of History.
Vietnam welcomes international visitors from November

Vietnam welcomes international visitors from November

Travellers to Vietnam will not be subjected to a seven-day quarantine and will be allowed to visit other localities after seven days of travel.
Deputy spokeswoman: pandemic prevention ensured when welcoming foreign tourists

Deputy spokeswoman: pandemic prevention ensured when welcoming foreign tourists

Foreign Ministry’s deputy spokeswoman Pham Thu Hang shared information about measures to ensure safety against COVID-19 for both international visitors and local residents at a regular press conference held virtually on November 4, in the context that Phu Quoc island and several Vietnamese localities are about to welcome foreign tourists.
Khanh Hoa anticipating guests to explore its treasures

Khanh Hoa anticipating guests to explore its treasures

The local authorities of Khanh Hoa province have sent a proposal to the Prime Minister regarding the pilot programme to welcome international tourists with a vaccine passport on charter flights in two phases.
Phu Quoc island on verge of opening for business

Phu Quoc island on verge of opening for business

International tourists with vaccine passports will enter Phu Quoc international airport via charter flights from November 20 to explore the island after almost two years of border closures due to the pandemic.
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