Hanoi ready to welcome tourists

Hanoi ready to welcome tourists

Hanoi targets to welcome 10-12 million visitors in 2022, including 1.2-2 million international tourists, with tourism safety given the top priority. The city is now strengthening linkages, promoting cooperation, sharing information, and supporting localities together to gear up tourism recovery.
Welcoming international visitors - An opportunity to revive tourism

Welcoming international visitors - An opportunity to revive tourism

The Government’s decision to open the country’s doors to international tourists from March 15 has sparked optimism about the resilience of the tourism industry after 2 years of being “frozen” by the pandemic.
Real heroes on the frontline amid the battle against COVID-19

Real heroes on the frontline amid the battle against COVID-19

The sacrifices of Vietnamese medical workers and frontline forces in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic have left a good image in the mind of the people and have been highly valued by international friends.
Vietnamese traditional calligraphy during Tet

Vietnamese traditional calligraphy during Tet

The first days of the new Lunar year are sacred to the Vietnamese people, the time for everyone to make wishes. During this time, a number of traditional meaningful customs are practised and calligraphy hanging is one of the most beautiful ones.
Northwest resplendent in wild peach blossoms

Northwest resplendent in wild peach blossoms

During the Spring, the entire mountains and forests of Vietnam’s northwest region are resplendent with the pink hue of “To Day” (wild peach flowers).
Hanoi to launch new housing projects

Hanoi to launch new housing projects

The capital city of Hanoi is expected to launch 11 new housing projects in the fourth quarter of this year, providing the market with 7,900 apartments. The new condominiums are located in the districts of Gia Lam, Hoang Mai and Tu Liem.
Bac Lieu prioritises renewable energy

Bac Lieu prioritises renewable energy

The Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu has chosen renewable energy as one of its top priorities, aiming to restructure the economy towards green growth and sustainable development.
Businesses prepare for "new normal"

Businesses prepare for "new normal"

After more than four months of social distancing, enterprises are preparing to gradually resume operations and embrace the "new normal".
First mobile market opens for people in green areas of District 5

First mobile market opens for people in green areas of District 5

On September 22, Ho Chi Minh City opened a mobile market to serve people in "green areas" who had been vaccinated in Ward 3, District 5.
Ho Chi Minh City looking ahead with lockdown easing

Ho Chi Minh City looking ahead with lockdown easing

Vietnam is step-by-step controlling the COVID-19 outbreaks and is starting to consider conditional easing of restrictions as the country shifts its focus to adapting to and living with the pandemic.
Scanners equipped for city movement

Scanners equipped for city movement

Last week, Ho Chi Minh City lifted some restrictions on food and beverage services, providers of post and telecommunications, and suppliers of office computer accessories and school learning tools.
Foreigners and Vietnamese join hands to help the poor

Foreigners and Vietnamese join hands to help the poor

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are people who silently sacrifice with the desire to help as many people as possible.
Military forces enthusiastically helping people amid Covid-19 pandemic

Military forces enthusiastically helping people amid Covid-19 pandemic

Transporting goods, helping people to buy goods at supermarket, or providing medical examination, are the things the Vietnam People’s Army soldiers are doing to support people in Ho Chi Minh City amid COVID-19. Their enthusiasm touches the hearts of local people.
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