Pandemic likely to put tourism targets beyond reach Travel

Pandemic likely to put tourism targets beyond reach

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a gloomy picture being painted of Vietnam’s tourism industry in the first quarter of the year, as it triggered an 18.1 percent decline in foreign arrivals and made it particularly difficult for the country to achieve this year’s targets.
COVID-19 outbreak hits Indonesian tourism industry World

COVID-19 outbreak hits Indonesian tourism industry

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19), first reported in China, has hit Indonesia’s tourism sector as the country records slower growth in tourist arrivals following bans applied to visitors from China.
Growth in foreign arrivals slowest in four years Travel

Growth in foreign arrivals slowest in four years

The number of international tourist arrivals to Vietnam during January-February rose 4.8 percent year on year to 3.23 million, the lowest increase in the past four years, the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO) said on February 29.
Vinh Phuc province strives to boost tourism Travel

Vinh Phuc province strives to boost tourism

Last year, Vinh Phuc province welcomed about 6.1 million tourist arrivals, 17 percent higher than the figure recorded in 2018, including 43,500 foreign visitors, and bagged 1.9 trillion VND (nearly 82 million USD) from the sector, according to insiders.