Russia recommends Vietnam as a safe travel destination
The Federal Agency for Tourism of Russia (Rostourism) has evaluated Vietnam to be a safe tourist destination without imposing any restrictions on Russian citizens travelling to the nation.
International visitors to Vietnam continue to increase
Thanks to the implementation of the pilot route to welcome international passengers, with many international routes having been restored, international arrivals to Vietnam in February increased by 49.6% over the…
Sam Mountain cable car system inaugurated in An Giang Province
A 900-meter long cable car system to the Sam Mountain in Chau Doc City in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang was opened for public use on February 13.
Vietnam set to welcome 18 million foreign visitors by 2026
The nation has set a target of welcoming 18 million foreign visitors and approximately 85 million domestic arrivals by 2026, thereby achieving a total tourism revenue of roughly VND800 trillion to VND900 trillion.
A splendid festive season   (Feb 11, 2022)
A splendid festive season
Spring festivals in Viet Nam are one of the prominent cultural and religious essences of our country, which are typically held following the Lunar New Year. Spring festivals across all regions are on their own, and enticing huge influx of spectators from both inside and outside the country to admire and appreciate to pray for a happier, luckier and more peaceful new year.
Food tours in Viet Nam voted among best in the world
Exploring HCM City’s street food on a motorbike has been selected as one of the top food experiences in the whole world.
Vietnam sees 6.1 million domestic tourists during Lunar New Year 2022
The tourism industry has seen positive signs in the first days of the Lunar New Year, with the welcome of 6.1 million domestic tourists, during the nine days of Tet holiday.
Enjoying happiness and safety in Viet Nam
Viet Nam was the first place Charlotte Lou visited in Asia back in 2016. After falling in love with the country, she decided to make it her home.
Vietnam has five new special national relics
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam recently signed a decision to recognise five relic sites as special national ones.
New York Times: Red River Delta of Vietnam in the list of 52 places for a Changed World in 2022
(TITC) – Red River Delta of Vietnam ranked #14 of the top 52 places for a Changed World in 2022, based on the New York Times selection.
Cultural value popularisation helps raise Vietnam's status in int’l arena
Proactively popularising Vietnam's cultural values to the world and bringing into play the soft power of culture is helping promote the country’s status in the international arena, and is one of the targets determined in the cultural development strategy until 2030.
Vietnam continues to reboot tourism next year
The Vietnamese tourism sector will embark on the tourism recovery and development scheme under the 2022-2023 socio-economic development programme next year.
Vietnam to reopen air routes to US, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Cambodia
So far the Unites States, Japan, Taiwan (China), Singapore and Cambodia have approved Vietnam’s request to resume their regular air routes as of January 1, 2022, revealed an official of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
Vietnam has 23 more national treasures
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has signed a decision to recognise 23 more national treasures.
Why Vietnam yet to attract many foreign tourists in new normal?
After a month of piloting a scheme aimed at welcoming back international arrivals, few foreign tourists have chosen to visit Vietnam, saying strict quarantine regulations and cumbersome immigration procedures are to blame.
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