A total of 57 people were killed on the roads during the National Day holidays, according to traffic officials.
Traffic accidents killed 96 people and injured 96 others during the five-day holiday which lasted from April 27 to May 1, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee.
There was a surge in sales at supermarkets and shopping malls during the four-day New Year holiday.
PSNews – The capital’s Department of Tourism announced that the number of foreign visitors to the city from September 1-3 surpassed 36,700, of whom approximately 26,500 stayed overnight, year-on-year rises of 16% and 17%, respectively.
Traffic chaos ensued in many Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City streets as people looked to get away during the three-day break.
Beach trips are favoured by vacationers for the upcoming National Day holiday from September 1-3, according to travel firms.
The capital city of Hanoi is adorning its streets in the lead-up to the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday and celebrations.
Ho Chi Minh City is preparing a variety of major cultural and entertainment activities at many places in the city center during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, which begins on February 16 this year.
In the days leading up to the Lunar Year of the Dog, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi will host a festive open-air bazaar featuring more than a dozen stalls selling gourmet foods and beverages, designer clothing and handmade gifts.
Ho Chi Minh City will not hold fireworks shows in commemoration of the 42th anniversary of Reunification Day (April 30), municipal leaders confirmed on April 27.
More than 6,500 people were admitted to hospitals in HCM City over the recent four-day holiday because of traffic accidents, physical fights, and food poisoning, among other reasons, according to the city’s Health Department.