Vietnam Tourism News

Dong Van – An attractive destination in Ha Giang Province

Dong Van is a highland border district of Ha Giang Province, about 150km north of Ha Giang City. Dong Van District attracts visitors thanks to fresh air and many unique tourist attractions.


UNESCO-recognized documentary heritages to be showcased in Hanoi

Documentary heritages of the Nguyen Dynasty will be introduced to people in Hanoi through an exhibition called 'Accessing world's documentary heritages in Vietnam through Nguyen Dynasty's documentary heritages'.


Vietnam serves 8.47 million foreign tourists in first eight months

Vietnam welcomed more than 8.47 million foreign visitors in the first eight months of the year, up 29.7 percent against the same period of last year, and served 52.8 million domestic tourists, earning a total of 335.8 trillion VND (14.7 billion USD) in revenue. 


Online tourism market called ‘new gold mine’, worth $9 billion

The fourth industrial revolution is expected to be a great opportunity for Vietnamese businesses to make a breakthrough in the online market, estimated to be worth $9 billion by 2025.


Developing medical tourism: better late than never

Medical tourism can bring huge incomes to countries, but it has not been properly exploited in Vietnam.

According to Deloitte, global medical tourism has value of no less than $60 billion. It is estimated that 50,000 Vietnamese travel abroad to have healthcare services with total spending of $2 billion every year. 


Cu Da vermicelli village

Cu Da village in Hanoi’s Thanh Oai district is famous for its French-style houses and for being one of the biggest vermicelli producing villages in Vietnam.


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