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A new ferry service will connect Saigon’s coastal suburban district Can Gio and popular resort town Vung Tau starting September 2.
With Covid-19 still affecting many countries, Vietnam is not yet ready to open up to international tourists, PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc said Wednesday.
Central Vietnam is set to get a major new tourist attraction with two steam locomotives chugging on the Hue - Da Nang route.
Thousands of tourists converged on beaches in southern town Vung Tau to enjoy the first day of 2021 sea bathing with friends and family. On the afternoon of January 1, thousands of locals and tourists from HCMC and surrounding provinces...
After bars and restaurants were allowed to reopen a few days ago, Bui Vien, Saigon's backpacker Mecca, is again buzzing.
The lack of nighttime tourist attractions is one of the reasons struggling Danang to fulfill its potentials compared to other Asian destinations.
The Ben Thanh Market, an iconic international tourist attraction in Saigon, is starving for domestic attention since it reopened after the pandemic-triggered closure.
Phu Quoc, Nam Du, and Cat Ba have all been named among the country’s top 10 most beautiful islands by travel website The Culture Trip of the UK.
A vessel that will be used for the Can Gio - Vung Tau route docks at Tac Suat Wharf in HCMC's Can Gio District to prepare for first journey, January 4 2020. Photo by VnExpress/Quynh Tran. After several delays,...
As Vietnam has gone 42 days without community transmission of Covid-19, authorities of ancient town Hoi An decided to recommence all tourism activities next Monday.



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