Thua Thien Hue: Effective promotion of tourist destinations
Endorsement, the form of marketing involves getting celebrities to visit, stay, “review” their experience and evaluate services, etc., is effectively bringing destinations’ images to visitors.
Ho Chi Minh City aims to welcome 3.5 million foreign arrivals in 2022
Ho Chi Minh City has set a target of receiving 3.5 million foreign arrivals in 2022 after a bad year for tourism heavily impacted by the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic.  
Further tourist destinations in Kien Giang reopen to tourists
Several tourist attractions, including U Minh Thuong National Park, Hang Pagoda, and Hon Phu Tu tourist site in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang have reopened to tourists following…
Quang Nam, Da Nang set out on tourism recovery journey
Despite having to deal with a multitude of issues due to the pandemic, both Quang Nam Province and Da Nang City are setting out on their paths for tourism recovery, with local authorities confident the regions will bounce back stronger than ever.
Lam Dong sets to welcome 5 million visitors in 2022
The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong eyes to welcome 5 million visitors, including 150,000 foreigners, this year, heard at the conference held by the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism on January 23.
HCM City: Hot air balloons festival celebrates 1st founding anniversary of Thu Duc City
A festival of hot air balloons, yachts and water sports activities celebrating the first anniversary of the founding of Thu Duc City opened at the Saigon River Tunnel in Thu Duc City on January 22-23.
Thua Thien-Hue launches virtual tourism space
A virtual space introducing tourist destinations of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue was launched on January 20, aiming to optimise digital transformation to boost the industry's recovery and encourage traveling activities amid new normal situation.
Various activities held in Hanoi’s Old Quarter to celebrate Lunar New Year
The traditional flower market on Hang Luoc Street, Hoan Kiem District, officially opened on January 19 as part of the activities in celebration of Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival in Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
Da Nang to host Routes Asia Development Forum 2022
Da Nang has approved the hosting the Routes Asia 2022 Development Forum
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.
Lunar New Year Festival kicks off in HCM City
A festival that promotes Vietnamese people’s lunar New Year – known as Tet - was launched on January 16 evening in Ho Chi Minh City to welcome the coming 2022 Tet that falls on February 1.
A visit to rural market of Can Cau in Lao Cai Province
Rural markets in the mountainous areas always bring unique travel experience to visitors. Visiting Si Mi Cai District in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, one should not miss visiting the rural market in Can Cau Commune, where they can explore distinct cultural features of the local ethnic groups.
Kien Giang Province promotes tourism via airway
(TITC) - On January 14th 2022 in Phu Quoc City, Kien Giang Provincial People’s Committee held a conference on cooperation to promote investment, trade and tourism via airway in Phu Quoc City. This is a task in a series of events marking the recovery of the tourism industry in Kien Giang Province, especially Phu Quoc City where aiming to reopen gradually and develop the economy.
Tours to discover Son Doong Cave fully booked through 2022
(TITC) - According to Quang Binh Provincial Department of Tourism and Oxalis Adventure Co., 1,000 slots for adventure tour to discover Son Dong - the world’s largest cave in the central province of Quang Binh have been fully booked for 2022. Roughly 100 first slots for 2023 also were registered, 80% of whom are foreigners.
Tourism sector takes initiative in developing unique products
The consecutive outbreaks of COVID-19 have made the tourism sector face unexpected openings and closures. However, the pandemic has presented opportunities for the “smokeless industry” to change its perception, in order to seek methods for safe adaptation.
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