Phu Quoc officially welcomes the first international tourists in new normal
(TITC) - At 12:00 on November 20, 2021, Vietjet Air's VJ3749 flight with 202 Korean tourists from Incheon (Korea) landed at Phu Quoc International Airport, Kien Giang Province, Vietnam.
Tourism recovery: How Vietnam tourism is in readiness for safely welcoming international tourists
(TITC) - Vietnam, a friendly and safe destination, and the newest information about the scheme to welcome international tourists safely need to be spread widely to the world. This was emphasized…
Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary officially open to visitors
Two world cultural heritages in the central province of Quang Nam, including Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, officially opened to visitors on November 15.
Foreign tourists look forward to visiting Vietnam
Foreign tourists and Vietnamese people in other countries hope to enter Vietnam for travelling and visiting relatives as soon as possible, according to Vietnamese diplomatic representative agencies abroad.
Vietnam has not determined when to fully reopen to international tourism, safety is a prerequisite
(TITC) Vietnam has not determined when to fully reopen to international tourism. Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MOCST) have not made any proposals regarding the reopening time yet, Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, VNAT’s Chairman confirmed.
Safety as the foremost priority for restarting Vietnam tourism in the new normal
(TITC) This was an emphasized focus in the online meeting organized on October 5 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) with local tourism authorities of 25 provinces and cities to discuss reviving Vietnam tourism.
Vietnam kicks off tourism recovery plan
(TITC) On September 7, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism launched a plan for tourism recovery and demand stimulus.
Selecting qualified tourism and travel establishments to serve international tourists to Phu Quoc
(TITC) In the first phase of reopening Phu Quoc to international tourists, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in coordination with the People's Committee of Kien Giang Province will select a number of qualified tourism and travel establishments to serve international tourists.  
World’s Greatest Places (TIME) calls Phu Quoc, Viet Nam
(TITC) TIME magazine has just announcedthe list of 100 extraordinary destinations to explore (World’s Greatest Places of 2021) based on nominations of international network of correspondents and contributors. Phu Quoc is one of 3 Vietnam’s places in the list, beside Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Hanoi: Italian-Vietnamese photographic exhibition calls for acting in favor of nature
The exhibition titled “Italian Routes - Mountains, mountaineering, climate change” will take place from July 23 to August 23 at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi.  
VNAT joined mission preparing to welcome international visitors to Phu Quoc by vaccine passport
(TITC) On June 26, VNAT’s Vice Chairman Ha Van Sieu and leader of Travel Department joined the mission led by Mr. Do Xuan Tuyen- Deputy Minister of Health working with Kien Giang Province on applying vaccine passports to welcome international visitors to Phu Quoc.
VietJet Air opens five new air routes to Phu Quoc
Low-cost carrier VietJet Air has recently launched five additional air routes to Phu Quoc with the primary aim of boosting tourism activities and socio-economic development among localities nationwide.
Event invites tourists to experience Korean tourism
Vietnamese tourists can experience a trip to the Republic of Korea (RoK) from now to December 6 at the Lotte Center, Hanoi, through a programme hosted by the Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO).
Mui Ne sand dunes: a paradise of wind, sand and sunshine
(TITC) - Located about 22km north east of Phan Thiet City, Mui Ne is a popular tourist attraction of Binh Thuan Province which is also called “Sand Paradise” with splendid sand dunes, blue sea and special foods.
Bac cake reflects Giang Xa villagers’ soul and culture
Giang Xa Village in Hanoi’s Hoai Duc District is famous for its delightful ‘bac’ cake (fried cake made from sticky rice, ‘gac’ fruit and green bean), a delicacy which has existed for more than a hundred years.