Thai Nguyen: Tourism in Vo Nhai flourishes
If in 2021, Vo Nhai only welcomed 12,000 tourists, in 2022, by the end of the National Day holiday (September 2), the district has welcomed over 108 thousand visitors. This data partly shows that Vo Nhai tourism is developing strongly after the COVID-19 epidemic, towards the recovery and flourishing phase.
Viet Nam needs to address visa and stay duration issues to attract more int'l visitors: Tourism committee
Among solutions to boost Viet Nam's tourism recovery post-pandemic and make it a key economic sector, it was necessary to remove institutional obstacles related to regulations on entry and exit,…
SEA Games 31 fuels recovery of local tourism industry
The hosting of the recent 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) between May 12 and May 23 can be viewed as a golden chance for the local tourism industry…
Thai travel agencies explore tours in central Vietnam
Representatives from 20 Thai travel agencies are set to survey transport links and destinations around central Vietnam from April 3 for their visitors after two years of disruption caused by COVID-19.
Da Nang exerts all-out effort to recover tourism
The authorities of Da Nang City have taken a wide range of measures and policies while calling for joint efforts from the business community and travel agents to recover local tourism, causing Da Nang to be among the top list for travellers after COVID-19.
The MOCST proposes to resume fully tourism activities from 15th March
(TITC) - On 15th February, at the Government Headquarters, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam chaired a meeting in discussion of the plan to resume fully tourism activities in the context of safe, flexible adaptation and effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic, associated with the gradual social-economic recovery.
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.
Ho Chi Minh City optimistic about tourism recovery
Following the successful launch of New Year tours, tourism agencies in Ho Chi Minh City are upbeat about local tourism recovery in the first quarter of 2022, especially in the period leading up to the coming lunar New Year holiday (Tet).  
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.
Technology platform promoted for tourism recovery and development
After the severe consequences from the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to quickly recover the tourism industry is one of the most pressing issues posed in the world in general and in Vietnam in particular. Among the solutions that have been implemented to revive the "smokeless industry", promoting technology platforms to develop smart tourism is considered an effective solution.
Thua Thien-Hue, Quang Ngai carry out plans for tourism recovery
The People’s Committee of Thua Thien-Hue Province has launched a plan on receiving international vaccinated visitors starting at the end of December.
Tourism recovery: How Vietnam tourism is in readiness for safely welcoming international tourists
(TITC) - Vietnam, a friendly and safe destination, and the newest information about the scheme to welcome international tourists safely need to be spread widely to the world. This was emphasized by Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, at an online workshop held on November 12, 2021.
VNAT’s Chairman Nguyen Trung Khanh inspected preparations for welcoming international tourists in Quang Nam and Da Nang
(TITC) - On November 13-14, Chairman Nguyen Trung Khanh led a delegation of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) to inspect the preparations for welcoming international tourists in two localities of Quang Nam and Da Nang.
Welcome to Viet Nam in the “new normal”
Viet Nam has rolled out the red carpet to welcome back international tourists with vaccine passports as the country continues to relax restrictions and resume socio-economic activities one step at a time.