Vietnam removes COVID-19 test requirement since 15th May 2022
Foreign arrivals will no longer have to take any COVID-19 tests to enter Viet Nam from 15th May 2022, the Government announced on 13th May.
Temporarily suspending medical declaration for COVID-19 at all Vietnamese border gates
(TITC) - On 26th April, the Ministry of Health sent a document to the People's Committees of provinces and cities about the temporary suspension of COVID-19 medical declaration at all…
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…
Hundreds of hotels in HCM City join hands in COVID-19 fight
Over 20 hotels in Ho Chi Minh City have offered free accommodation and meals to medical workers involving in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic, with about 50,000 room nights, reported the Tourism Department on July 19.
Hue Traditional Craft Festival 2021 postponed due to outbreak of COVID-19
(TITC) Hue City People’s Committee has just announced to suspension of Hue Traditional Craft Festival 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietjet certified with highest global rating for COVID-19 compliance
Vietjet has been certified with seven-stars, the world’s highest rating for COVID-19 compliance for global airlines by AirlineRatings.
Photos call on ethnic minority people to take action against Covid-19
The Ministry Covid-19 pandemic for sustainable economic development through a photo series about the lives of ethnic minority traders in the northern mountain province of Ha Giang.
Application to be launched to ensure safe trips for tourists amid Covid-19
Visitors’ concerns and worries about the safety of Vietnam as a destination amidst the Covid-19 pandemic can be swept away thanks to an application which will be launched on October 10 by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism.
Accelerating the pace of digital transformation in the tourism sector
The Covid-19 pandemic has been seriously affecting the economy in general and the tourism industry in particular, while reflecting that traditional management and business methods are not adequate in coping with the disease, requiring immediate digital transformation to enable enterprises and management agencies to improve capacity and business efficiency to maintain operations and develop.
Da Nang to host first tourists after Covid-19 resurgence
The Department of Tourism of Da Nang, in cooperation with Vietnam Airlines, will host the first tourists to visit the central city after the resurgence of COVID-19 in late July.
Domestic air travel sees full recovery post-COVID-19
Noi Bai International Airport has reported full recovery of domestic flights compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic as travel demand is increasing following stimulus efforts by the Government and airlines.
Bloomberg: Vietnam breaks out of COVID-19 tourist trap
Vietnam is pulling ahead in the race to reopen Southeast Asia to city-hoppers and sunseekers, an article of US magazine Bloomberg has written.
HCM City tourism sector seeks to recover from COVID-19 epidemic
With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic finally being brought under control, local travel firms in Ho Chi Minh City have deployed a range of stimulus tourism schemes aimed at revitalising the southern city’s flagging tourism sector.
Vietnam seeks to boost tourism following COVID-19
The Prime Minister has recently assigned the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to devise measures to develop tourism following COVID-19 pandemic.  
Vietnam’s tourism recovers after being severely affected by COVID-19
Many popular tourist attractions across Vietnam have seen a gradual increase in domestic tourists on being re-opened after nearly two months hibernating due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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