Vietnamese tourism strives to reopen for business

Vietnamese tourism strives to reopen for business

The plan to receive vaccinated international tourists to Phu Quoc Island in October is facing serious challenges as the Delta variant of the coronavirus causes much of the country to implement social distancing, and airlines are forced to ditch flights.
Pu Luong – a paradise amidst jungle for travellers on budget

Pu Luong – a paradise amidst jungle for travellers on budget

Located in the north central province of Thanh Hoa, Pu Luong is renowned as an ideal destination for trekkers and budget travellers because of its seclusion and fantastic scenery of terraced rice fields and primary forests.
Elevated Australia-Vietnam friendship

Elevated Australia-Vietnam friendship

Australia is currently one of Vietnam’s longest-standing strategic partners, with the two countries’ active participation in multifaceted free trade agreements, and an increasing number of Australian companies investing in Vietnam.
Phu Quoc Island greenlit for pilot opening to international tourists

Phu Quoc Island greenlit for pilot opening to international tourists

The MoT has basically agreed with the MCST on the pilot plan to welcome international visitors holding vaccine passports to Phu Quoc.
Tourism hotspots feeling the heat

Tourism hotspots feeling the heat

High-end hotels and resorts recorded an increase in visitors after many localities reopened to tourism, with some domestic businesses speeding up negotiations with foreign partners to benchmark the recovery of the international tourist market.
Groups step forward to aid tourism

Groups step forward to aid tourism

Nearly 100,000 people in Vietnam’s tourism industry have registered to participate in and also contribute to the country’s vaccine socialisation programme, which is attempting to aid the recovery of the tourism industry.
More than 60 per cent of Japanese tourists wish to visit Vietnam post-pandemic

More than 60 per cent of Japanese tourists wish to visit Vietnam post-pandemic

A new survey found that the majority of Japanese want to travel overseas post-pandemic with 63.4 per cent of respondents targeting Vietnam.
Phu Quoc to welcome international tourists in October

Phu Quoc to welcome international tourists in October

Vietnam will start the pilot use of vaccine passports to welcome international tourists to Phu Quoc in October.
Making vaccine visa trial worthwhile for Vietnam

Making vaccine visa trial worthwhile for Vietnam

Kenneth M. Atkinson, founder and senior adviser of Grant Thornton Vietnam cum vice chairman of the Vietnam Tourism Advisory Board, shared with VIR..
Piloting border reopening for fully vaccinated foreign travellers

Piloting border reopening for fully vaccinated foreign travellers

Although it is not possible to open all destinations, Vietnam’s tourism industry is building sandbox models to welcome vaccinated international guests, after being greenlit by the government to pilot such programmes at some tourist destinations.
Binh Dinh strives to revive long-delayed resort mega-project

Binh Dinh strives to revive long-delayed resort mega-project

Binh Dinh People’s Committee has taken steps to pave the way for the resort project backed by the US to resume pace after nearly two decades of delay.
Vietnam to accelerate preparation to pilot vaccine passports for international tourists

Vietnam to accelerate preparation to pilot vaccine passports for international tourists

PM Pham Minh Chinh has requested relevant agencies to speed up the research on the pilot use of vaccine passports to ease entry for international travellers.
Thanh Long Bay: a resort that checks all the boxes – and more

Thanh Long Bay: a resort that checks all the boxes – and more

The designers were tasked with making Thanh Long Bay a world-class resort destination with an unparalleled commitment to preserving the natural environment.
Safe, colourful Mu Cang Chai

Safe, colourful Mu Cang Chai

While building Mu Cang Chai’s tourism into and sustainable industry, the district’s authorities in Yen Bai province are actively developing its infrastructure and aims to promote new agro-tourism products to prepare for the first wave of tourists after the pandemic.
Green growth planning set for tourism sector

Green growth planning set for tourism sector

The Prime Minister has approved a task on planning the tourism system for 2021 – 2030 with a vision to 2045
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