Thailand works to optimise tourism sector World

Thailand works to optimise tourism sector

Thailand's plan to attract 1 million quality tourists by the first quarter of next year is to serve as a key blueprint to drive the economic recovery after almost two years of being hit by COVID-19, reported Bangkok Post newspaper.
‘Street of foreigners’ adapts to new normal Business

‘Street of foreigners’ adapts to new normal

Bui Vien Street, a nightlife tourist hotspot in Ho Chi Minh City, is an ideal place for Western visitors and young Saigonese to eat, drink and hang out. But it is still “hibernating” after the city went into lockdown. To make a living in the “new normal”, businesses depending on the street have had to change how they make a living.
Bac Giang resumes tourism activities starting October 4 Travel

Bac Giang resumes tourism activities starting October 4

The northern province of Bac Giang, which has gone through 30 days without any COVID-19 infection in the community, allowed its tourism sites and the Yen Dung golf course to reopen for visitors from pandemic-free localities, dubbed green zones, nationwide on October 4.