An Hao Ecotourism Area Lights Up to Welcome New Year

An Hao Ecotourism Area, located in An Hao commune, Tinh Bien district, An Giang province, excitedly welcomed more than 5,000 tourists in the first days of this new year. The wind farm, full of green energy, full of vitality with many unique check-in corners, is much loved by tourists who are coming to take pictures.

Roadmap and Solutions for Vietnam Tourism Recovery

8:20:37 AM | 1/17/2022

Resolution No. 128/NQ-CP together with agendas and seminars to find a new direction for Vietnam’s tourism has brought hope to the hospitality industry after two years of tough challenges.

Spring Is Everywhere in Tra Su Melaleuca Forest

9:41:38 AM | 1/13/2022

Leaving behind the chaos of the old year, this year's Tet season is also an opportunity to immediately give yourself and your loved ones a "tourist gift" to bond with love and reunite happily. Tra Su Melaleuca forest will be an ideal destination for tourist to "kill two birds with one stone".

Majority of Vietnamese Choose Domestic Travel Destinations in 2022

11:58:37 AM | 1/11/2022

Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, reports great pent-up appetite to travel among Vietnamese consumers. The Visa Voice of the Consumer research shows the unmistakable mark of the pandemic, with as many as 76% of Vietnamese planning to travel for leisure within the country, far more than the 38% planning overseas trips.

Tourism Sector in Central Region Expected to Prosper Again in 2022

10:32:23 AM | 1/7/2022

The year 2022 has come at a time when the tourism sector in central localities is implementing the second phase of its recovery scheme amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Positive signals from the tourism market show that the reopening of tourist activities in localities is being kept on the right track in the "new normal" situation.

More Localities Join Pilot Program to Re-Welcome Foreign Tourists

9:25:32 AM | 1/5/2022

Ho Chi Minh City and the central province of Binh Dinh have been added to the list of localities allowed to re-welcome international tourists on a pilot basis, the Government said Tuesday.

"Green Steppe": Spring Is Just Round the Corner

2:46:27 PM | 12/31/2021

An Hao eco-tourism area is always beautiful and attractive throughout all seasons, but it is probably the most beautiful at the end of the year. It is the time between the end of winter and the beginning of spring, this is also the moment when heaven and earth are bustling in the love song of changing seasons, when the tourist area is put on a new colorful shirt.

Tra Su Melaleuca Forest - World Class Tourism Destination

10:24:49 AM | 12/31/2021

Struggling with a busy and stuffy life and work, many people are now preferring a countryside hideaway for leisure and relaxation. Tra Su Melaleuca Forest, the immense green lung in the west of the Hau River, in the peaceful and enchanting upstream beauty, is a masterpiece of nature that will give you a magic-like immense feeling in the cool green charm.

Beauty of Bac Giang through the Lens of Tourism

9:17:25 AM | 12/29/2021

Located about 50km from the center of Hanoi, Bac Giang has a midland terrain with peaceful countryside, having sloping "bowl-shaped" hills with beautiful plants, historical sites, and ancient craft villages with many folklore beauties.

Quang Ninh Ready for Re-serving Int’l Tourists

9:53:40 AM | 12/24/2021

The northern province of Quang Ninh, home to a UNESCO World Heritage site, is expected to receive a group of visitors from the RoK, the first international tourists with vaccine passports, on January 7, 2022 under a pilot tourism plan. 

Developing Tourism into Spearhead Economic Sector

9:36:13 AM | 12/23/2021

Bac Kan is blessed with tourism potential such as beautiful natural landscapes and unique cultural identities of ethnic groups. In recent years, the province has accelerated advertising, promotion and cooperation to turn tourism into a key economic sector. Vietnam Business Forum has an interview with Mr. Ha Van Truong, Director of Bac Kan Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Duy Binh reports.