International arrivals jump, VN among most-searched destinations
International arrivals to Việt Nam jumped significantly in May while the country rose to be among the most-searched destinations after international tourism reopened.  
Professional training for accommodation staffs to prepare for 31st SEA Games
In order to prepare for 31st SEA Games, on April, the Logistics and Public services Board organized professional training courses for accommodation staffs in Ha Noi City, Quang Ninh, Ha…
Vietnam tourism reopens with focus on safety, convenience of visitors
Risk control measures have been implemented to treat foreign and domestic tourists alike, aiming at ensuring safety and convenience of visitors, stressed Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at a conference…
Promoting Vietnam tourism in the Middle East
(TITC) - On December 28, in Dubai, Mr. Ta Quang Dong - Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism had a working session with Mr. Ahmad Khailifa Al Falasi - General Director of Dubai Economic and Tourism Authority on the occasion of Vietnam National Day organized at World Expo 2020 Dubai.
Identifying opportunities and challenges of the tourism industry in the coming time
(TITC) -  On December 25, conference on "Vietnam tourism - recovery and development" will take place at Cua Lo Town, Nghe An Province. It is organized by the National Assembly's Committee for Culture and Education in collaboration with Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Nghe An Province.
Vietnam tourism images appear in Time Square
(TITC) – On December 2, image of Vietnam’s land and people in a short video of Vietnam Airlines appeared on a giant LED screen outside the Thompson Reuters Building at Times Square of New York City, the USA.
Solutions for sustainable recovery of Vietnam tourism
(TITC) – On November 30, Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and Mr. Vu The Binh, Vice Chairman of Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA) co-chaired the forum “Solutions for sustainable recovery of Vietnam tourism”.
Seminar on Vietnam tourism- Reopen international tourism safely
(TITC) - On November 21, in Phu Quoc City (Kien Giang Province), Tuoi Tre Newspaper cooperated with related units to organize the seminar on “Vietnam tourism - Reopen international tourism safely”. Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) attended the event.
Vietnamese ambassadors accompany to promote Vietnam tourism
(TITC) - Vietnam is safe and reopens to international tourists, the message that Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) proposed Vietnamese ambassadors to spread,  VNAT’s Chairman Nguyen Trung Khanh said at the meeting on November 16 with the newly appointed heads of overseas Vietnamese representative missions in 2021.
Conference on “Vietnam tourism – recovery and development in new normal” to be held in December
(TITC) - Conference on "Vietnam tourism - recovery and development in new normal" is planned to organize by the National Assembly's Committee for Culture and Education, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on early December in Vinh City, Nghe An Province. The event expects the participation of 250 delegates.
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.
Vietnam tourism in the first half of 2021
(TITC) According to UNWTO, international arrivals dropped by 83% in the period January – March 2021 compared to 2020. UNWTO has had reduce its forward of international arrivals for growth scenario in 2021. The General Statistics Office of Viet Nam informed that the number of international arrivals to Viet Nam in first half of 2021 decreased 97.6% over the same period of 2020. Vietnam tourism…