Hospitality was among the first industries in Vietnam to be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and will likely be among the slowest to fully recover, according to market researcher Savills.
Only 31 out of 470 foreign visitors currently staying in HCMC wish to return to their home countries, while most of the remainder want to remain in the city even though the social distancing order is still in place to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
The rapid development of the IT revolution has helped startups generate a buzz in the social circle, establishing a new era of promoting globalisation in all sectors while building a new economy – the sharing economy.
Rising demand for homestay in Vietnam enables investors to consider investment portfolio.
Airbnb and other accommodation-sharing services are booming in Vietnam and many homeowners are cashing in on them.
HCM City has joined Bangkok and Bali in a new list of best places for single travel.
US website Uproxx has named Hanoi as one of the most affordable places in the world to visit in 2019.
Ho Chi Minh City has joined Bangkok and Bali in a new list of best places for solo travel, according to Airbnb, an accommodation service that allows people to list their homes and hotels for holiday rentals.
Vietnam’s largest city has joined Bangkok and Bali in a new list of best places for solo travel.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court has adjourned trial proceedings brought against ride-hailing service Grab by Vinasun taxi company, which has accused Grab of unfair business practices and demanded compensation of VND41.2 billion (US$1.75 million) for losses it has suffered.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Economic Court has once again adjourned the suit filed by taxi operator Vinasun against ride-hailing service Grab, which accuses it of unfair business practices and demands compensation.
The central coastal city of Da Nang will increase the level of scrutiny applied to budget tours in a bid to further develop sustainable tourism services.
Qatar Airways has announced it will launch direct flights to the central city of Da Nang on December 19.
Given Vietnam’s upcoming role hosting the World Economic Forum on ASEAN (WEF ASEAN) during September 11-13, the central city of Da Nang is making every effort to promote its potential and strength to the world’s leading partners and businesses.
Tourist arrivals to the central city of Da Nang are estimated to hit 158,000 people during the upcoming National Day holiday, which falls on the weekend of September 1-3.
Data released by Airbnb recently puts two major cities of Vietnam – Hanoi and Da Nang – among the world’s top 10 intriguing travel destinations in 2018.
The trend of cashless payment and digitalisation in personal banking services is generating major opportunities and challenges to banks, especially amid Industry 4.0, according to a 2017 report on banking services compiled by IDG Vietnam Co. Ltd.
Ho Chi Minh City is ranked second among 10 cities that are ideal for solo travel by the US-based online marketplace and hospitality service Airbnb.
Hanoi welcomed nearly 12 million tourists in the last two quarters, earning VND35 trillion (about US$1.54 billion), representing year-on-year increases of 8 percent and 13%, respectively.