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PM urges Hoa Binh to become tourism locality

Politics

PM urges Hoa Binh to become tourism locality

The northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh should bring into play the full potential of its land, people and culture to become a tourism locality, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said in a working session with local officials on December 11.

New Year holidays – golden chances for tourism sector

Travel

New Year holidays – golden chances for tourism sector

The four-day calendar New Year holiday and the nine-day lunar New Year (Tet) festival are expected to offer golden chances for the Vietnamese tourism sector, with the number of holiday-makers booking tours via travel agents forecast to rise by 30 percent year-on-year.

Hanoi sets 24 goals for 2019

Society

Hanoi sets 24 goals for 2019

Hanoi has set 24 goals for 2019, with one in budget collection and spending, 22 in socio-economic development and the last in personnel work.

Malaysia: explosion kills three

World

Malaysia: explosion kills three

Three people were killed and 24 injured on December 4 when a powerful explosion rocked a shopping mall in the Malaysian state of Sarawak, but local officials said it was not caused by a bomb.

Hanoi People’s Council opens seventh session

Politics

Hanoi People’s Council opens seventh session

The 15th People’s Council of Hanoi convened its seventh session on December 4 to review the city’s performance in socio-economic development and national defence and security in 2018, and set forth solutions for 2019.

RoK’s Lotte Group wants to expand investment in Hanoi

Business

RoK’s Lotte Group wants to expand investment in Hanoi

Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung had a working session on December 3 with the Republic of Korea’s Lotte Chairman Shin Dong-bin on the group’s business results in 2018 and its plan to expand investment in the capital city in the time to come.

Smart tourism: an inevitable trend

Travel

Smart tourism: an inevitable trend

Tran Minh Nguyet, 22, a backpacker from HCM City who experienced her first trip to Hanoi early last month, said her smartphone was the one thing she could not live without during her three-day trip to the capital city.