Tourism businesses optimistic about 2022

Tourism businesses optimistic about 2022

Although 2021 has been a tremendously challenging year for Vietnam’s tourism industry, many businesses still believe that the reopening of the skies will open up opportunities for recovery this year.
Vietnam honoured as Asia’s Leading Destination in 2021

Vietnam honoured as Asia’s Leading Destination in 2021

Vietnam has won the title of Asia’s Leading Destination in the World Travel Awards (WTA) 2021.
Getting ready for visitor influx with pilots

Getting ready for visitor influx with pilots

With Vietnam looking to reopen for tourists, new vaccine passports and the gradual easing of travel restrictions are high on the agenda.
An Agritourism revival in the making

An Agritourism revival in the making

Agritourism is predicted by some to enjoy a strong revival after the pandemic, when days of cramped isolation will eventually subside and encourage people to turn to the peaceful countryside to enjoy a safe holiday in the midst of nature.
Digital platforms used to promote Vietnam’s tourism

Digital platforms used to promote Vietnam’s tourism

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has made use of digital platforms to catch attention of travellers and promote tourism in the country.
Vietnam’s tourism ready to recover in 2021

Vietnam’s tourism ready to recover in 2021

Ha Van Sieu, deputy director general of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), explains to Hoang Oanh that the number of tourists next year may not grow as quickly as in the previous period, but the scale of the sector’s activities and its revenue could be larger thanks to the development of new models that offer new and exciting experiences for all types of people.
Reinvigorating Vietnam’s tourism

Reinvigorating Vietnam’s tourism

After controlling COVID-19 and surviving social distancing and travel restrictions, tourism enterprises all over the country yearn for a fresh breeze of good news.
Vietnam welcomes just 44,000 foreign arrivals in Q3

Vietnam welcomes just 44,000 foreign arrivals in Q3

Only 44,000 foreign visitors arrived in Vietnam during the third quarter of this year, equivalent to just 1 percent of the figure in the same period last year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) reported on September 29.
Foreign arrivals to Vietnam plunge 61.6 pct. in first seven months

Foreign arrivals to Vietnam plunge 61.6 pct. in first seven months

Vietnam welcomed 3.8 million foreign tourists in the first seven months of 2020, a year-on-year decline of 61.6 percent, the General Statistics Office announced on July 29.
Vietnam nominated in 11 categories at World Travel Awards 2020

Vietnam nominated in 11 categories at World Travel Awards 2020

Vietnam has made the shortlist in 11 categories at the prestigious World Travel Awards (WTA) 2020.
Opening ceremony for National Tourism Year in Ninh Binh cancelled

Opening ceremony for National Tourism Year in Ninh Binh cancelled

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has asked the northern province of Ninh Binh to organise an event in replacement of the opening ceremony of the National Tourism Year 2020 amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Vietnam a hospitable and safe destination

Vietnam a hospitable and safe destination

Amid the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Ngo Hoai Chung, vice chairman of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), shares with Hoang Oanh the solutions to ensure safety for tourists, retaining the image of Vietnam as a friendly, hospitable, and safe destination.
Bolstering Vietnam’s tourism prospects

Bolstering Vietnam’s tourism prospects

Vietnam’s tourism industry has been suffering under the current health emergency caused by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, leaving many local businesses stranded.
F1 race to help develop Vietnam’s sports tourism: VNAT

F1 race to help develop Vietnam’s sports tourism: VNAT

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation (VGPC) on February 21 inked a cooperation agreement on promoting the country’s tourism in association with the Formula One race.
Tourism helps more airlines take off in Vietnam

Tourism helps more airlines take off in Vietnam

Vietnam's booming tourism industry has led to growth in the aviation sector, with more routes and airlines creating a new landscape for the industry.
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