Domestic air travel sees full recovery post-COVID-19
Noi Bai International Airport has reported full recovery of domestic flights compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic as travel demand is increasing following stimulus efforts by the Government and airlines.
Bloomberg: Vietnam breaks out of COVID-19 tourist trap
Vietnam is pulling ahead in the race to reopen Southeast Asia to city-hoppers and sunseekers, an article of US magazine Bloomberg has written.
HCM City tourism sector seeks to recover from COVID-19 epidemic
With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic finally being brought under control, local travel firms in Ho Chi Minh City have deployed a range of stimulus tourism schemes aimed at revitalising…
Vietnam seeks to boost tourism following COVID-19
The Prime Minister has recently assigned the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to devise measures to develop tourism following COVID-19 pandemic.  
Vietnam’s tourism recovers after being severely affected by COVID-19
Many popular tourist attractions across Vietnam have seen a gradual increase in domestic tourists on being re-opened after nearly two months hibernating due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Da Lat tourism upbeat after hibernating during COVID-19 outbreak
Many tourist sites in Da Lat city, Lam Dong province have reopened their doors to welcome tourists over the four-day National Reunification Day and May Day holiday from April 30 to May 3, after “hibernating” during the COVID-19 outbreak.  
Tourism sector busy on holidays after social distancing eased
Tourist attractions around Vietnam have begun re-opening their doors after “hibernating” during the COVID-19 outbreak and hope to fully tap into the opportunities brought by the four-day National Reunification Day and International Labour Day holiday from April 30 to May 3.
Ministry prepares plans on recovery of tourism market
Accordingly, when Vietnam announces the pandemic ending in Vietnam, the ministry will focus on stimulating the domestic tourism market and coordinating with airlines, transport and travel firms to exempt or reduce service fees, including air tickets, accommodation costs and visiting fees.  
Tourism industry predicted to recover rapidly after COVID-19
Hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s tourism sector is likely to be one of the first to recover strongly after the pandemic is brought under control, according to an expert from Savills Vietnam.
First-ever online book fair to be held in celebration of Vietnam Book Day
Due to the complicated developments of COVID-19, the a first-ever online book fair will be held from April 19 to May 20 in celebration of the seventh Vietnam Book Day, which falls on April 21 each year.
Vietjet Air adds three flights to serve passengers ending isolation period
Low-cost airline Vietjet Air announced on April 10 that, in addition to the daily flights Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the airline will also be running an additional three flights on the air route on April 11, April 12, and April 14.  
Hanoi seeks to temporarily suspend CNN tourism ads
Hanoi authorities have ordered the temporary suspension of tourism promotion via CNN as the COVID-19 fight intensifies.  
Hospitality businesses strive to overcome difficulties as Covid-19 spreads
At a time when the tourism sector is forced to switch to hibernation mode due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many hospitality businesses and firms have actively sought out ways to adapt their operations to overcome the difficulties caused by the epidemic.  
Ha Long Carnival slated for September if COVID-19 under control
The Ha Long Carnival and the 2020 Ha Long - Quang Ninh Tourism Week will take place on Vietnam’s National Day (September 2) holiday if the COVID-19 is brought under control, announced the Quang Ninh provincial People’s Committee.  
Foreign tourists send heartfelt thank-you letters to Vietnam following isolation period
 “We hope to return to Vietnam and explore it properly under better circumstances. Many thanks, from Ethan and Uyoa.”, two Irish tourists displayed their sincere thanks to Vietnamese medical workers for the assistance provided to the pair during their compulsory 14-day quarantine period in Nghe An.