Vietnam: Travel to Love!

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism released a video clip entitled “Viet Nam: Di de yeu! Song tron ven o Viet Nam”, known as “Vietnam: Travel to Love! Live fully in Vietnam” in English promoting tourism after the pandemic.


The newly launched clip by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism introduces Vietnamese beautiful landscapes to encourage international tourists and locals to travel.

The promotional clip entitled “Vietnam: Travel to Love! – Living fully in Vietnam” is among the efforts to drive the recovery of the tourism sector. Last week, Vietnam received the first international visitors within a pilot program to open the tourism market for “vaccine passport” holders.

The clip aims to celebrate the National Cultural Conference that takes place today, November 24, in Hanoi.

The two-minute-length video clip “Vietnam: Travel To Love! – Live fully in Vietnam” takes the audience on a journey to discover and experience Vietnamese culture, nature, and landscape.

Vietnam: Travel to Love!

Travelers will be mesmerized by the charm and poetic beauty of famous beaches in Phu Quoc, Nha Trang, enchanted with the marvelous wonder of Ha Long Bay – where thousands of undulating rocky islands raising up from crystal clear blue ocean or immersed themselves with rich primeval forests.

Vietnam: Travel to Love!

The clip-launching is a part of the campaign called “Live fully in Vietnam” to welcome international tourists back to five destinations in the country, including the northern province of Quang Ninh, the three central localities – Quang Nam province, Da Nang city, and the southern province of Khanh Hoa’s Nha Trang city as well as Phu Quoc island of the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang.

Vietnam: Travel to Love!

Nha Trang Bay in Khanh Hoa Province is famous for its clear water and all-year-around sunny beaches. Being listed as the world’s most beautiful bays, together with many exciting festivals such as Ponagar Temple festival, whale worshiping festival, and Salanganes Festival, the coastal city of Nha Trang boasts huge potential to develop tourism.Located in the southwestern waters of the country, Phu Quoc is also known as Pearl Island. It is considered to be an eco-tourist center of Vietnam as well as Southeast Asia.

Meanwhile, Hoi An – the renowned ancient town on the central coast of Vietnam has been ranked 8th in the list of the most wallet-friendly destinations for travelers in 2021, according to the Holiday Money Report 2021 conducted by UK Post Office. Also, Hoi An is in fifth place and is the best value long haul destination, after Bali in Indonesia.

Vietnam: Travel to Love!

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 to the YouTube digital platform from January 7, 2021.

The campaign shows the determination of the tourism industry in using digital technology as a tool for supporting national tourism development.

Daisy Nguyen
Source: VOV/ HanoiTimes