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Vietnam to open tourism promotion office in UK

Vietnam to open tourism promotion office in UK

The Tourism Marketing Department of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and the Tourism Advisory Council are working on a plan to open a Vietnam tourism promotion office in the United Kingdom at the end of this year, Dinh Ngoc Duc, director of the department, told the Saigon Times.

#HelloVietnam tourism program kicks off

#HelloVietnam tourism program kicks off

VOV.VN - On June 13, Vietnam Timeless Charm Magazine under the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and Vietnam Television Cable Corporation, officially launched the #HelloVietnam program aimed at promoting Vietnam tourism by creating short videos.

Vietnam, Japan join hands to tap tourism potential

Vietnam, Japan join hands to tap tourism potential

Vietnam and Japan hold huge potential to further promote tourism cooperation, Director of the market department at the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism Dinh Ngoc Duc has said.

Tourism hopeful about TPP benefits

Tourism hopeful about TPP benefits

Many new opportunities will be opened up for the tourism sector by Vietnam’s participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), according to an industry expert.

Tourism to intensify promotion work for more visitors

Tourism to intensify promotion work for more visitors

The tourism sector will continue with extensive promotional activities to increase the number of foreign travellers to Vietnam, with focus on new and potential markets, according to an official of the Vietnam Administration of Tourism (VNAT).

More visa waiver planned

More visa waiver planned

Vietnam will deploy new programmes to attract more international tourists following recent bold steps to stop the sharp decline in the number of inbound visitors.