PSNews - A Japanese visitor named Matsushita Naoto, aged 66, on July 31 sent a letter to the Director of the Hai Phong Municipal Police Department to thank the local police for returning his lost passport.
Hue, the capital of the Nguyen dynasty, is home to not only Vietnam’s last ruling monarchy in 143 years, but also to a number of priceless tangible and intangible heritages such as palaces, royal tombs, garden houses, art forms and royal cuisine.
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More than 200 delegates gathered in Quang Ninh province’s Ha Long city on June 23-24 for the "Sustainable Economic and Tourism Development 2018" forum, during which they discussed the reality facing and solutions for green economic and tourism development in the new period, while debating the policies needed to develop tourism and the economy in a sustainable manner.
Quan Ba, a scenic district in northern Ha Giang province is a gateway to the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark. High rocks, small, deep valleys, winding roads, and unique local culture make Quan Ba a tourist attraction.
Central Da Nang City received more than 3.2 million visitors, including around 1.3 million foreigners and over 1.8 million domestic tourists, during the first five months of 2018, a year-on-year rise of 30.4%.
Sa Pa in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai has become increasingly attractive to visitors in recent years, making it important for those who love the pristine beauty of the town to find a place where they can breathe in the fresh air, dive into the green jungle, gaze over the vast paddy fields and experience ethnic culture.
PSNews - Phuoc Tich ancient village is located in Phong Dien district, Thua Thien Hue province. Although it was recognized as a national relic since 2009, the beautiful ancient village of central Vietnam has not been invested in properly in order to boost its tourism potential.
The visa exemption policy for citizens of five European countries will expire in the next three months. Whether and when it might be renewed are still open questions, creating a headache for tourists and Vietnamese businesses that serve them.
The Vietnamese tourism sector served 13 million foreign visitors and more than 73,000 domestic travelers last year earning more than US$22 billion. The sector is planning drastic measures to increase its growth amidst the challenges of the 4th industrial revolution.
Mu Cang Chai district, home to breathtaking terraced rice fields in the northern mountain province of Yen Bai, has recently been voted among the 19 most visit-worthy destinations around the world by readers of US travel site Insider.
Bac Son is laid out like a mosaic hidden under the clouds, if you have a head for heights.
As part of an effort to help travel to the Ho Chi Minh City metropolitan area grow, an online tourism initiative was launched today (July 5), reports the Vietnam News Agency.
April was the fourth consecutive month when Vietnam received more than one million foreign visitors, up 6.5% over the previous month, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Nationals of eligible countries will be able to apply for a 30-day single-entry e-visa starting February 1.
The Politburo has issued a resolution on developing tourism into a spearhead economic sector by 2020, contributing 10% to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), up from the current 6.8%.
Tourism businesses say the visa waiver program for select countries from Europe has proved effective and should be extended.
The US magazine Forbes has listed northern Vietnam as the cheapest place to visit in 2017
Colourful lanterns created by artisans from the Republic of Korea will be for the first time during a festival held in Hanoi.
But Chinese dams threaten to dry up the watery spectacle forever.