The People’s Committee of the central province of Quang Binh have unveiled plans for the Quang Binh Cave Festival 2019.
While beaches and mountains offer great sceneries and escape from everyday life, some people are just drawn to cities and their buildings.
A photo exhibition on Vietnam’s sea and island cultural and tourism heritages will take place in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa from June 14-18, as part of National Tourism Year 2019 themed “Nha Trang – Colour of the Sea”.
The golden time for cruise tourism has arrived, with the number of cruises on the rise and more diverse travelers, from ultra-wealthy to middle class customers.
More than 7.3 million foreigners visited Việt Nam in the first five months of this year, attesting to the country’s rising popularity as a tourism destination.
The ASEAN Post of Malaysia has recently run an article featuring the rise of Vietnam’s tourism, in which it affirmed that Vietnam is an emerging regional star in the tourism sector.
Efforts are in place and ongoing to adopt digital technologies and turn Vietnam into a regional travel destination based on smart tourism development.
The Vietnam Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has published a list of local travel agencies, hotels and transport operators, and called upon the public to cast votes for the best hospitality service providers to receive the local tourism sector’s annual award, the “Vietnam Tourism Awards”.
Vietnam is included in the top seven cheapest countries for retirees, with its more than 3,000km of coastline.
As per the government’s latest decree No.45/2019/ ND-CP on administrative fine in tourism, those who invite tourists with insistence or force tourists to buy goods will receive a fine from VND1 million to VND3 million ($128).
Close to 7.3 million foreign tourists visited Vietnam in the first five months of 2019, up 8.8 percent against the same period last year.
Vietnam’s famous tourist spots and special tours run by members of the Vietnam Community Tourism Association (VCTC) will be popularised to both domestic and foreign customers through the short video app TikTok under a cooperation deal inked on May 28.
Travel firms will be fined up to VND90 million and stripped of their business license within 12-18 months if their tourists run away in a foreign country or in Vietnam, starting from August 1.
Under the cooperation agreement, tourism products of Vietnam Tourism Community Association (VCTC) members will be broadcast to the worldwide audience via TikTok’s short videos.
Everyone knows that Southeast Asia is a traveler’s dream. Not only does the region boast amazing sites and adventures, but it is also affordable.