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Vietnam poised to welcome back foreign travelers post COVID-19

Vietnam poised to welcome back foreign travelers post COVID-19

VOV.VN - Vietnam is considering reopening its international tourism market following a long pause due to the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), with the aim of boosting the tourism sector to get back on track and match that of regional rivals.

Foreign Ministry announces changes in RoK’s visa policy

Foreign Ministry announces changes in RoK’s visa policy

The Vietnamese Foreign Ministry on April 10 received a diplomatic note from the Republic of Korea (RoK) Embassy in Vietnam which said amid the complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide, the Korean Government has decided to suspend the validity of short-term visa for foreigners, irrespective of countries and territories, starting from 00:00 am on April 13.

Vietnam welcomes RoK’s new visa policy

Vietnam welcomes RoK’s new visa policy

Vietnam welcomes the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s adoption of new visa regulations for Vietnamese citizens, which will help promote the people-to-people exchange between the two countries, spokesperson for the Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang has said.

Late visa policy announcement challenges tourism

Late visa policy announcement challenges tourism

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.

Vietnam – China border tourism booms

Vietnam – China border tourism booms

Tourism in Vietnam – China border areas has been thriving in recent months thanks to favourable visa policy and prices, said authorities in the Chinese region of Guangxi’s Dongxing city.

ROK loosens visa policy for Vietnamese tourists

ROK loosens visa policy for Vietnamese tourists

VOV.VN - Vietnamese tourists, already owning a Visa Platinum credit card issued by Shinhan Bank of the ROK, will be exempt from providing specified documentary evidence of financial capacity, said Jung Chang Soo, CEO of the Korea Tourism Organization during his recent working visit to Vietnam.