Hanoi unveils plan to welcome foreign visitors in new normal
The Hanoi People's Committee has issued a plan aimed at reopening tourism activities and welcoming back international guests in line with the new normal conditions as the country strives to move past the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regulations for international visitors to Vietnam from 15th March 2022
(TITC) - Vietnam officially reopens tourism from 15th March. On the same day, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism promulgated the guidance including requirements for international visitors to Vietnam.
Hue tourism on the recovery
Hue tourism on the recovery   (Mar 15, 2022)
Domestic tourists will continue to come to Hue with stable numbers, and the recovery will continue when international visitors come back to the city from March 15.
Barriers should be removed to facilitate welcoming int’l visitors to Ho Chi Minh City
The HCMC Department of Tourism received many opinions from experts and travel agencies at a seminar on collecting measures attracting international visitors to HCMC in 2022 that was held on March 3.
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 previous month and 169.6% over the same period last year.
Mui Ne plans to welcome foreign arrivals from February
The southcentral province of Binh Thuan is set to launch a pilot scheme welcoming foreign arrivals under package tourism programmes from Tan Son Nhat International Airport or Cam Ranh airport to resorts in the Ham Tien - Mui Ne area of Phan Thiet City from February.
Ho Chi Minh City ready to welcome international visitors
The Prime Minister has allowed Ho Chi Minh City to participate in the pilot programme of welcoming international visitors, which will offer a chance for the city to recover tourism following the long period of difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Binh Dinh ready to become 6th destination to welcome int’l visitors
The central province of Binh Dinh is going to become the sixth destination for international tourists before January 2022, together with Kien Giang, Khanh Hoa, Quang Nam, Da Nang and Quang Ninh.
Ho Chi Minh City welcomes over 3.8 million international visitors in 6 months
Ho Chi Minh City received more than 3.8 million international visitors in the first 6 months, a 26.5 percent higher than in the same period last year, and reached 51 percent of this year's target.   
HCM City prepares for massive tourism
Based on its 2017 success, Ho Chi Minh City aims to attract between seven and eight million international visitors and a whopping 29 million domestic visitors in 2018.  
Free walking tours to be offered to international visitors
From the end of September 2017, international visitors to Viet Nam will have the chance to take free walking tours in Ho Chi Minh city, Can Tho, Da Nang, Ha Noi, Hoi An and Ha Long.
Viet Nam welcomes over 1.2 million int’l visitors in August
(TITC) – In August 2017, Viet Nam received 1,229,163 international visitor arrivals, up 18.5 percent over last month and seeing a significant increase of 35.1 percent compared to the same period last year, the General Statistic Office reported.
First international visitors arrive in Da Nang
A flight from Hong Kong with 172 passengers landed at Da Nang International Airport on January 28, bringing first tourists to the central city on the first day of the Lunar New Year.
International visitors to Viet Nam reach 8 million arrivals
(TITC) - According to the General Statistics Office, international visitors to Viet Nam in October estimated 812,017 arrivals, slightly decreasing 0.1% compared to the previous month and increasing 23.2% over the same period last year.
Viet Nam welcomes over 4.7 million international visitor arrivals in the first 6 months of 2016
(TITC) - According to the General Statistics Office, international visitors to Viet Nam in June 2016 estimated 700,446 arrivals, decrease 7.5% compared to May 2016, and increase 29.8% over June 2015.
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