VGP - Viet Nam was honored as Asia’s Leading Destination and Asia's Leading Nature Destination for 2023 from the World Travel Awards (WTA).
VGP - While the global trade tide has not staged a meaningful rebound yet, Viet Nam started the second half of this year with some stabilization in its external sector, said HSBC in its report “Viet Nam July data-Some valuable stabilization”.
VGP - Viet Nam’s tourism recovery remains firmly on track, and is likely to easily exceed the whole-year target of 8 million target, noted HSBC in its report Viet Nam at a glance released on July 6.
VGP - Online travel company Agoda sees tourism in Viet Nam growing faster than in Thailand, told Nikkei Asia in its article released on June 16.
VGP - Travel Daily News, a daily travel & tourism news portal, has listed Viet Nam among countries in Southeast Asia for visitors to delve into the best routes to ride.
VGP - “A Tourist's Guide to Love,” Netflix’s first and fully-captured-in-Viet Nam movie with an investment of US$3.5 million, streams on the entertainment service from April 21.
VGP - The recovery of tourism is regarded as a leverage to help Viet Nam's economy make a strong rebound after the COVID-19 pandemic.
VGP - From the 1,600 islands of Ha Long Bay to the world’s largest cave, Viet Nam is now taking steps to make its future more sustainable, noted Euronews, an European television news network, in its article.
VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh chaired the National Conference on Tourism in 2023 with the theme "Accelerating recovery - Accelerating development" on March 15.
VGP - CNN, the U.S. cable news network, has listed Ha Long Bay in the northern province of Quang Ninh as one of the 25 most beautiful places around the world.
VGP - China has decided to resume pilot outbound group tours to Viet Nam from March 15, according to a Chinese diplomat.
VGP - With government ambitions and various development projects in play, the structural outlook for international tourism in Viet Nam remains positive, according to the “Viet Nam at a glance” report released by HSBC.
VGP - Viet Nam expects to handle 110 million tourists this year, including eight million foreign arrivals.
VGP - In the first nine months of 2022, there were over 1.8 million international visitors to Viet Nam, reaching about 30 percent of this year' preset target.
VGP - Opening to tourism under the new normal, localities in the South Central Coast focused on solutions to restore and develop tourism in association with "safe adaptation to Covid-19".
VGP - International search volume for tourist accommodation in Viet Nam continued to grow over the past few months, from 25 points in March to 100 points in July 2022.
VGP – Viet Nam’s tourism sector is estimated to lose up to US$23 billion in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien.