Travel booms in young people on a year lost to Covid-19

    Travel is on the rise as the worst of Covid-19 pandemic seems to be behind.

    Vietnamese travel businesses anticipate better tourism prospects for 2022

    They hope to welcome a sizable number of international tourists this summer.

    Hanoi targets to welcome 12 million visitors in 2022

    The city is strengthening linkages, promoting cooperation, sharing information, and supporting localities together to gear up tourism recovery.

    Vietnam named “Best River Cruise Destination in Asia in 2021”

    Cruising along the rivers in Vietnam could be an interesting way for travelers to discover the hidden beauty of the country after the pandemic.

    Tour plans to entice visitors back to ancient capital

    Several places of historical and scenic interests in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, home to the ancient capital of Hue, will be connected in a tour aiming to attract domestic tourists back to the province in the post-pandemic period.

    Hanoi launches first safety tour in new normal

    A safety tour with a combination of automatic audio guides and traditional sightseeing was launched on October 23 at the Vietnam National Museum of History.

    HCM City pilots ‘travel bubble’ model in Can Gio district

    A recently-launched travel tour to Can Gio is viewed as a way to honour medical workers, and a pilot programme which aims to help the tourism sector in Ho Chi Minh City at large and the southern hub’s Can Gio district in particular gradually recover.

    Hanoi needs flexible solution to deliver aid to tour guides

    The city’s tourism industry plan this month to issue preferential policies to support Covid-19-hit people.

    Hanoi’s tourism firms get creative to survive during the pandemic

    The retention of high-quality human resources to prepare for tourism recovery is a problem that needs to be handled in many ways.

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