The one-minute and thirty-one-second-long video clip takes the audience on a journey to discover and experience some picturesque landscapes as well as leading hospitality services in Vietnam.

A scene in the clip showcases the beauty of Vietnamese women and Hue Imperial Citadel. Photo: VNAT

According to VNAT, the clip is an invitation for visitors to discover a Vietnam with beautiful nature, unique culture, high-class services, and bespoke experiences. It is intended to inspire viewers and stimulate them to visit this friendly country.

The places introduced in the video clip include Ban Gioc waterfall in the northern province of Cao Bang, Trang An Scenic Complex, Hue Imperial Citadel, Hoi An Ancient Town as well as beautiful beaches of Phu Quoc Island, and the coastal city of Nha Trang, among others.

Launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism with the companionship of Google and VinPearl, the video clip series entitled “Vietnam: Travel to Love!” (“Vietnam: Di de Yeu!”) was first uploaded on YouTube on January 7, 2021.

It is aimed at further promoting the program “Vietnam Tourism: Safe and Attractive” run by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

The marvelous sunrise on the beach. Photo: VNAT

All YouTube creators are invited to participate in the campaign by sending their video clips to the Tourism Authority’s official YouTube channel via email: titc@ or make a phone call to 0906150276 (Zalo/ Viber).

Under the campaign, the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has already released many video clips, including “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – The Country and People”, and “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – Culture and Food Destination”; “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – The Immense Sea is Calling”; “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – Visit Ninh Binh”; and “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – Living fully in Vietnam”, among others.

These promotional tourism clips are on the YouTube channel of the Vietnam National Tourism Administration at

The clip “Vietnam: Travel to Love- Wonders of Vietnam”

Source: Vietnam National Administration of Tourism