Vietnam prepares to lure back tourists
06:00 | 20/05/2020 Culture & Tourism
(VEN) - Vietnam has brought the Covid-19 epidemic under control and eased social distancing. However, due to the complex global development of the pandemic, the government has yet to allow the entry of foreign tourists. In the meantime, Vietnam is making efforts to maintain online contact with potential visitors and preparing programs to welcome back visitors as soon as the pandemic subsides.
Tourism sector busy on holidays after social distancing eased
14:56 | 04/05/2020 Society
Tourist attractions around Vietnam have begun re-opening their doors after “hibernating” during the COVID-19 outbreak and hope to fully tap into the opportunities brought by the four-day National Reunification Day and International Labour Day holiday from April 30 to May 3.
Tourist destinations nationwide reopen their doors
09:48 | 01/05/2020 Society
Visitors to the central province of Thanh Hoa can now visit tourist destinations in the province, which have re-opened since last weekend, according to the decision of the Chairman of provincial People’s Committee.
Vietnam tourism prepares for comeback
06:00 | 28/04/2020 Society
(VEN) - Instead of going to work at the Hanoi Travel Joint Stock Company that employs her, Thanh has returned to her hometown, where she does housework, goes to the market, prepares meals, and looks after her child. Her employer has told her to take time off given the suspension of most foreign travel to Vietnam due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Vietnam’s tourism eager for EU trade deal opportunities
06:38 | 29/03/2020 Society
(VEN) - The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is expected to offer opportunities for various economic sectors, including tourism. The new-generation trade deal expected to take effect this year will enable the domestic tourism sector to access new markets, restructure the market and promote sustainable development in the context of complicated global changes.
Asian tourism hit hard by Covid-19
15:25 | 11/03/2020 Society
(VEN) - Although the infection rate of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is slowing down in Vietnam, the epidemic is having a huge impact on the global tourism sector.