Vietnam, Russia boost transport ties Politics

Vietnam, Russia boost transport ties

Vietnam wants to boost transport ties with Russia, contributing to further deepening the bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership, said Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The during a working session with Russian Ambassador to Vietnam Gennady Bezdetko in Hanoi on October 19.
Cambodia shortens quarantine period to attract foreign visitors World

Cambodia shortens quarantine period to attract foreign visitors

The Cambodian government decided to shorten the quarantine period from October 18. However, the absence of regular commercial flights to Cambodia from the main tourist hubs and people traveling for business purposes is raising concerns about a lack of international visitors.
Vietnam treasures strategic cooperative partnership with RoK: PM Politics

Vietnam treasures strategic cooperative partnership with RoK: PM

Vietnam always attaches importance to the Strategic Cooperative Partnership with the Republic of Korea (RoK) and is ready to work closely with the RoK to optimise existing mechanisms between the two countries to elevate bilateral cooperation, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh told RoK Ambassador to Vietnam Park Noh-wan during a reception in Hanoi on October 12.
Phu Quoc Island to welcome international visitors in November Travel

Phu Quoc Island to welcome international visitors in November

Phu Quoc Island in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang will be the first tourist hotspot in Vietnam to open its doors to foreign visitors with vaccine passports, starting in November. The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism held an online working session on October 7 with the local tourism sector on communications work to promote the resort island.
Requirements for foreign visitors to Phu Quoc Politics

Requirements for foreign visitors to Phu Quoc

After nearly 2 years of freezing, Vietnamese tourism will officially "re-open" under a pilot plan to welcome foreign tourists in markets with high safety in COVID-19 prevention and control on October 1. This is expected to be a ray of light for the recovery of the tourism industry.