Digital transformation vital for sustainable tourism growth Travel

Digital transformation vital for sustainable tourism growth

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a serious impact on Vietnam’s economy in general and its tourism sector in particular. Digital transformation has now become even more imperative, allowing enterprises and management agencies to boost capacity and business efficiency. This view was widely shared at the recent 2020 Vietnam International Travel Mart in Hanoi.
Vietjet cooperates with HCM City to develop tourism Travel

Vietjet cooperates with HCM City to develop tourism

Vietjet has accompanied tourism development cooperation between Ho Chi Minh City and the northwest, northeast and the central key economic regions in a joint effort to promote tourism development and economic recovery in Vietnam.
Quang Ninh launches tourism promotion campaign Travel

Quang Ninh launches tourism promotion campaign

The Department of Tourism together with the Tourism Association of the northeastern province of Quang Ninh launched the 2020 tourism promotion campaign on May 13, drawing 300 representatives of companies in operating the sector.
Sustainable development a key trend for tourism Travel

Sustainable development a key trend for tourism

The recently-issued strategy for Vietnam’s tourism development to 2030 is expected to be a driving force for the industry in weathering the storm posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Cong Thuong (Industry & Trade) newspaper.
Ha Long – a new city rises next to a world heritage Videos

Ha Long – a new city rises next to a world heritage

Rising next to Ha Long Bay, which has twice been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage list, Ha Long is a standout tourism city in northern Vietnam with modern infrastructure, stunning natural scenery, and steady socio-economic development.
Vietnam aims for 20.5 million foreign tourists in 2020 Travel

Vietnam aims for 20.5 million foreign tourists in 2020

The tourism sector has set the goal of attracting 20.5 million international visitors in 2020 and serving 90 million domestic travellers, it was said at a review meeting of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in Hanoi on December 23.