Vietnam becomes fastest growing tourism market of Japan
16:07 | 24/06/2019 Travel
Vietnam was the fastest growing tourism market of Japan with rise of 125.9 percent in 2018, according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)’s 2019 white paper on tourism that was released on June 21.
Vietnam’s untapped cruise tourism potential
15:31 | 17/06/2019 Entertainment
(VEN) - With more than 3,260km of coastline and over one million square kilometers of exclusive marine economic zones, Vietnam has huge potential to develop cruise tourism, but turning this potential into reality requires consistent strategies and policies and proper infrastructure.
Tourism industry maintains high growth
11:16 | 14/06/2019 Travel
(VEN) - Vietnam has welcomed more than 1.4 million foreign visitors monthly since early this year, continuing to be an attractive destination for international tourists. However, the country’s tourism industry needs to invest greater efforts if it is to fulfill tasks assigned by the Prime Minister and maintain growth stability from now to yearend, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
RoK visitors to Vietnam on the rise
11:04 | 11/06/2019 Travel
The number of tourists from the Republic of Korea (RoK) to Vietnam has grown impressively in the recent years, making the RoK the second biggest tourism market of Vietnam, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
China’s Sichuan province promotes tourism in Vietnam
16:18 | 06/06/2019 Travel
A program promoting the culture and tourism of Sichuan, a province in southwest China, was held in Hanoi on June 3 in a bid to attract more Vietnamese tourists to the province and boost bilateral cooperation on tourism projects.
Hanoi continues to promote its images on CNN
10:29 | 21/05/2019 Travel
The US Cable News Network (CNN) will continue to introduce Hanoi’s cultural and historical values and its links with other destinations of Vietnam in the 2019-2024 period, pursuant to a MoU signed between the Hanoi authorities and CNN on May 20.