Hanoi given facelift for upcoming Lunar New Year Society

Hanoi given facelift for upcoming Lunar New Year

Hanoi authorities are stepping up urban decorations and tree planting work to beef up the capital’s image and environment, particularly for the upcoming Lunar New Year or Tet – the longest and most important traditional event in Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City draws in tourists during Tet Travel

Ho Chi Minh City draws in tourists during Tet

Ho Chi Minh City’s tourism industry has seen many bright spots since the city became a “green zone” and travel regulations and medical isolation measures were relaxed, helping to attract more tourists during the Lunar New Year, or Tet, holiday.
Over 96 percent of workers return to work after Tet in Dong Nai Business

Over 96 percent of workers return to work after Tet in Dong Nai

As of February 8, the southern province of Dong Nai has seen most of the businesses resuming their operation and over 96 percent of workers getting back to work after the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday – the longest festival in Vietnam, reported the provincial Labour Confederation.
250 more flights to meet surging post-Tet travel demand Society

250 more flights to meet surging post-Tet travel demand

Domestic airlines plan to add 251 flights on popular routes between February 7 and 10 to keep up with an unexpected surge in travel demand after Tet, Vietnam’s longest New Year holiday, according to the Office of the Ministry of Transport.
Vietnam Airlines Group adds nearly 200 flights after Tet holiday Business

Vietnam Airlines Group adds nearly 200 flights after Tet holiday

The Vietnam Airlines Group has planned to arrange nearly 200 more flights from February 7 to 10 so as to meet passengers’ rising demand for travel to the southern region following the end of the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, with approval of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).