The Imperial Citadel: Unearthing Hanoi’s past
16:48 | 13/03/2017 Travel
(VEN) - The Thang Long Imperial Citadel has become one of Hanoi’s prime tourist destinations. The capital is striving to enhance the value of this heritage site and other historical relics.
E-visas for citizens from forty countries
15:53 | 08/03/2017 Travel
(VEN) - From February 1, 2017 to February 1, 2019, Vietnam will be piloting electronic visas or e-visas for citizens from 40 countries, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
Tourism sector eyes Europe
10:37 | 06/03/2017 Travel
(VEN) - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is striving to attract 11.5 million foreign visitors to Vietnam this year, 11.5 percent higher than 2016, and to serve 70 million domestic guests, earning total revenues of VND465 trillion. A Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) representative said VNAT will continue to target European markets that experienced significant growth in 2016 thanks to the Vietnamese government’s visa exemption policy.
Stay connected in Europe with Emirates’ special offer
20:55 | 01/03/2017 Travel
(VEN) - Emirates airline announced a special offer to help its passengers stay connected during their next vacations in Europe. From now until March 31st, 2017, passengers purchasing a round-trip air ticket from Vietnam to Emirates’ destinations across Europe for travel between April 1st to June 30th, 2017 will receive a 1GB data SIM card* worth USD 35 to use in Europe.
Community tourism development: Reducing burden on forests
15:51 | 28/02/2017 Travel
(VEN) - Located in the biosphere reserve in the west of Nghe An Province, the Pu Mat National Park has a core area of 94,804ha and a buffer area of 86,000ha, covering three districts - Tuong Duong, Con Cuong and Anh Son. The national park has been inhabited by the Thai, Mong and Dan Lai people for a long time.
Master plan on Mau Son national tourism zone development
10:27 | 24/02/2017 Travel
Mau Son tourism zone in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son will be developed as a national tourism destination, with typical forms such as spiritual and eco-tourism under a master plan recently approved by the Prime Minister.