The fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic has become distressingly evident in Hanoi’s iconic Old Quarter, where for-rent signs have mushroomed on closed building gates.
Towering mountain peaks appeared before me as I held tightly onto rocky aiguilles before taking my next step. Bach Moc Luong Tu is a perfect venture for adventurers.
Vietnam recorded 3.7 million visits from January to June, a massive drop of 57% compared with the first half of 2019 according to data from the Government Statistics Office.
Despite successfully containing its COVID-19 outbreak, Vietnam has no plans to open up to international tourists yet over fears that doing so could lead to a second wave of infections, the Southeast Asian country’s prime minister said on Wednesday.
Only Vietnamese nationals, foreigners on diplomatic or official business, and highly skilled workers are currently allowed to travel to Vietnam, the official website Vietnam Tourism reported 23 June.
Vietnam and Thailand are looking to lure well-heeled travellers to getaways on their own islands as they promote what has become the most important asset for tourism-dependent economies: a low COVID-19 count.
The country’s government says it could welcome visitors from certain ‘safe regions’ as early as July
Holidaymakers are back, and they’re mostly local. That may be a model for the rest of the world.
A new sea cable car link is expected to be put into operation in the northern city of Hai Phong on June 6, its developer has announced.
Three new waterway routes will be launched in Ho Chi Minh City in the second and third quarters of this year, departing from Bach Bach Wharf in District 1 to District 9 and 7 as well as Binh Quoi Tourist…
Phu Quoc Island could soon allow foreign tourists in on a trial basis as part of the country’s roadmap to resuming international tourism.
Vietnam is still not open to international visitors, while it is yet to be decided when the Southeast Asian country will start welcoming foreign tourists again, according to the National Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Vietnam will resume issuing e-visa for citizens from 80 countries starting July 1, according to a government resolution.
The My Son Management Board of Relics and Tourism on Thursday announced a promotion that will see entrance fees halved in some cases at My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO-recognized attraction in Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam.
Vietnam’s tourism industry is preparing different plans to welcome foreign visitors from countries and territories that have contained the coronavirus pandemic.
In Phu Quoc, a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia, posters warning tourists of the dangers of COVID-19 have long since faded in the powerful sunshine, along with the throngs of international travellers that used to dot its beaches.
Vietnamese flocked to scenic spots and beaches Saturday, leaping at the chance to travel as the communist government eases restrictions on domestic movement to revive a tourism sector devastated by the coronavirus.
After having been abandoned for many years, a water park in the north-central Vietnamese province of Thua Thien – Hue may be up for reopening in the near future as provincial authorities are seeking investors to revive the project.
Vietnam has decided to extend temporary residence permits for foreigners who are currently in the country and unable to leave due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic, according to the Immigration Department under the Ministry of Public Security.
Three young women being quarantined in an abandoned Vietnamese hospital say they are keeping positive despite language barriers and strange foods.
In light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, Vietnam has imposed several travel restrictions on those entering the country. As of March 8, Vietnam had confirmed 30 cases of the coronavirus, though 16 of the patients had recovered.
Les chiffres particulièrement bas communiqués par les pays de la région révèlent les carences des systèmes de santé et témoignent de la volonté de ne pas fragiliser le secteur clé du tourisme.
A Vietnamese couple having spent years building a peaceful life together on their small, personal island in southern Vietnam now hopes to share their tiny piece of paradise with tourists from around the world.
The national tourism sector is looking at ways to rebound in the second quarter of the year with strategies to promote growth after the COVID-19 epidemic subsides.
Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam admonished Quang Ninh Province authorities at the weekend for turning away a cruise ship that visited Halong bay.