Vietnam Tourism News

70% of tourists do not return to Vietnam

Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and firms discuss ways to improve local tourism as, according to various statistics sources, 70% of tourists do not return to Vietnam because of theft, congestion, food hygiene and pollution.


Mekong Delta on right track to boost tourism

Mekong Delta provinces are on the right track to lure more holidaymakers and turn tourism into a spearhead industry after Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc approved a master plan to develop tourism in the region by 2020 with a vision to 2030.


Museum of Ethnology among top tourist attractions in Vietnam

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology (VME) has recently been bestowed with the “Vietnam’s leading tourist attraction 2017” award for the third consecutive year, by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.


HCMC to have 3,500 new hotel rooms by 2020

HCMC will have 13 fresh mid- and high-end hotels with 3,500 guest rooms in the next three years, according to a survey of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), a professional services and investment management firm. 


Virtual tour of Hanoi Opera House launched

A virtual tour of the Hanoi Opera House was launched in Hanoi on July 12, offering visitors a brand-new experience and an insight into different aspects of the renowned building.


Vietnam preferred as a charming destination for foreign tourists

Endowed with stunning beaches, breathtaking scenery and colorful cultural traditions, Vietnam has become more appealing to international tourists as U.S. travel site has recently named Vietnam as one of the must-visit destinations in Southeast Asia.    


Travel to Australia to learn unique experiences

Known to some as the “Lucky Country” or to most as just “Down Under”, Australia is the world’s largest island, yet its smallest continent. Whether you are interested in city life, nature, sports, culture or history, Australia has plenty to offer.


Hanoi’s luxury hotels fully booked by Q1, 2018

High-end hotels in Hanoi have been fully booked by Q1, 2018, showing a robust sign, especially when the city is carrying out a myriad of investment solutions to make a breakthrough in tourism.


Da Sy, village of celebrities

In the previous edition of Village Life, we introduced you to Da Sy village, one of the most famous blacksmith craft villages in the northern delta region.

Da Sy is also well-known as the birthplace of many famous physicians, generals, and doctors of the Thang Long Imperial City.


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