Smart tourism - a lever to develop Hanoi’s non-smoke industry

Smart tourism - a lever to develop Hanoi’s non-smoke industry

The Hanoi Department of Tourism and the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group’s Hanoi branch (VNPT Hanoi) have worked together to carry out a smart tourism project with a view to promoting the capital city’s non-smoke industry.

Khanh Hoa remains popular with Russian tourists amid COVID-19 fears

Khanh Hoa remains popular with Russian tourists amid COVID-19 fears

VOV.VN - The number of Russian tourists visiting Nha Trang in the south-central coastal province of Khanh Hoa has remained stable, despite Vietnam being among one of several countries globally to be impacted by the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Vietnam tourism copes with Covid-19

Vietnam tourism copes with Covid-19

VOV.VN - The number of tourists visiting Vietnam has fallen sharply since the outbreak of the Covid 19 epidemic. The country has responded with several measures to stimulate tourism including diversifying the tourism market.

Vietnamese tourist arrivals in Taiwan on the rise

Vietnamese tourist arrivals in Taiwan on the rise

The number of Vietnamese visitors to Taiwan (China) has been growing fast recently, which is partly attributed to Taiwan’s preferential visa policy for tourists from the Southeast Asian nation.

Quang Ninh seeks ways to promote tourism

Quang Ninh seeks ways to promote tourism

VOV.VN - As a result of the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, the number of tourists visiting Quang Ninh are forecast to suffer a significant drop during the first quarter of 2020.

Hoi An among world’s most romantic places

Hoi An among world’s most romantic places

Hoi An ancient city in Vietnam’s central coastal province of Quang Nam has been selected by the US Cable News Network (CNN) as one of the world’s 13 most romantic places to visit.

Ngoa Van pagoda

Ngoa Van pagoda

VOV.VN - Yen Tu and Ngoa Van in Quang Ninh province were two important places in King Monk Tran Nhan Tong’s Buddhist life.

Vietnam’s tourism sector counts cost of coronavirus

Vietnam’s tourism sector counts cost of coronavirus

The coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic could cause losses of 5.9-7.7 billion USD for the domestic tourism sector in the next three months, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).