Tourism companies recover thanks to restructuring Business

Tourism companies recover thanks to restructuring

In the past two years, the impact of COVID-19 has hit listed tourism companies’ activities hard, leading to persistent losses and some stocks being given a warning status, and even risk being delisted. However as many businesses turn to restructuring operations, their results have become more positive.
Hanoi's tourism expected to post growth this year Travel

Hanoi's tourism expected to post growth this year

Hanoi’s tourism has seen positive signs after COVID-19 outbreaks have taken its toll on the sector for more than two years, as new products built in the recent past have given a boost to the domestic tourism market since late 2021.
Hanoi welcomes 115,000 tourist arrivals in May Business

Hanoi welcomes 115,000 tourist arrivals in May

Domestic holiday-makers coming to the capital city in May numbered 115,000, a steep decrease of 55.3 percent year-on-year due to the impacts of COVID-19, according to the Hanoi Department of Tourism.
Measures sought to revive “non-smoke” industry Travel

Measures sought to revive “non-smoke” industry

The domestic tourism sector has affirmed its high determination to recover the domestic market with the biggest roundtable forum on tourism of the year, which drew the participation of representatives from over 600 travel firms and management agencies nationwide.
Vietjet to join hands with Hanoi to stimulate tourism Travel

Vietjet to join hands with Hanoi to stimulate tourism

Responding to the domestic tourism stimulus programme of the Hanoi People's Committee, Vietjet will participate in the “Hanoi tourism stimulating and introducing the culinary culture festival 2021” for three days from April 16 to April 18 at Hoan Kiem Lake area.
Visitors book tours to southern resorts for upcoming holiday Videos

Visitors book tours to southern resorts for upcoming holiday

Recent days has seen the representatives of many domestic travel agencies busy arranging a large number of tours to famous sites throughout the southern region, including Phu Quoc island ahead of the April 30 and May 1 holiday, a positive indicator for the recovery of the domestic tourism industry.