Travel + Leisure magazine of the United States has named Vietnam among its list of the top 17 destinations for tourists to visit as soon as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) settles down globally and international travel is eased.
ASEAN member nations have agreed to commit to a prevention plan as well as seeking cooperation from international organizations to together to revive travel confidence following the pandemic.
Vietnamese food has been listed among the 10 healthiest cuisines globally by UK travel website The Culture Trip.
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on March 18 that it will suspend flights between Vietnam and Russia, Taiwan (China) from March 19 until further notice, amid the worsening COVID-19 epidemic.
The COVID-19 epidemic outbreak is affecting global economy with tourism being among hardest-hit industries. The recovery of the sector will depend largely on how long the epidemic lasts.
As capital cities go, I must confess Vientiane has to be one of the smallest and indeed quietest I have ever been too.
The number of Vietnamese visitors to Taiwan (China) has been growing fast recently, which is partly attributed to Taiwan’s preferential visa policy for tourists from the Southeast Asian nation.
India climbed into the top 16 markets with the highest number of visitors to Vietnam in 2019.
CNBC has run an article which introduces Mu Cang Chai district in the northern province of Yen Bai as one of the top travel locations for international visitors in 2020.
Qatar Airways plans to increase flights between Doha, Qatar, and Vietnam’s central city of Da Nang from four to seven flights per week in the second quarter of this year, just a year after the air route was launched in December 2018.
Traveloka, the region’s leading digital travel, lifestyle, and financial services booking platform, is partnering with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to encourage tourists to discover more of Singapore’s hidden gems, popular attractions, and unique experiences.
With Vietnamese cuisine spread far and wide, Australian TV network SBS this week urged viewers to savor five recipes defining local food culture.
Statisticians believe that the number of foreign travelers in Vietnam may actually be double the amount, and that the real figure is lower than the reported figure.
Vietnamese airlines are racing to launch additional direct routes to Asia’s major cities, cashing in on the country’s rising outbound tourism demand.
Air New Zealand has opened a new route between Vietnam and Christchurch, with a transit in Singapore.