Vietnamese tourism moves to new stage of development in 2021 Travel

Vietnamese tourism moves to new stage of development in 2021

Vietnam’s tourism sector will enter a new stage of development this year, with new measures sought to not only recover tourism activities but also ensure disease prevention and people’s safety, Vu The Binh, permanent vice chairman of the Vietnam Tourism Association, has told the media.
Travel agencies discuss overcoming pandemic's consequences Travel

Travel agencies discuss overcoming pandemic's consequences

Nearly 500 representatives from the Vietnam Tourism Association, the Vietnam Society of Travel Agents, the culture and tourism sector, and involved agencies joined the National Travel Agents Forum 2021 held in the northern city of Hai Phong on January 12.
Travel agents launch Tet tours to attract domestic visitors Videos

Travel agents launch Tet tours to attract domestic visitors

Taking advantage of the peak tourist season during the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, travel companies have been launching local tours at reasonable prices to encourage people to see Vietnam. Most tours are designed for families or small groups, due to concerns over the transmission of COVID-19.
Thailand considers Safe & Sealed plan for foreign tourists World

Thailand considers Safe & Sealed plan for foreign tourists

Tour operators in Thailand is planning to speak with the country’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAAT) about lifting restrictions on international commercial flights in the fourth quarter to allow the Safe and Sealed plan to take shape.
Annual HCM City Travel Fair boosts tourism Travel

Annual HCM City Travel Fair boosts tourism

One hundred and twenty six travel agents, hotels, airlines, and other tourism and travel-related services from 50 cities and provinces have showcased domestic tour packages, travel products and services at 30-70 percent discounts at the 16th HCM City Travel Fair over the weekend.
Cambodia’s tourism to take longer to recover from pandemic World

Cambodia’s tourism to take longer to recover from pandemic

Cambodia’s tourism, which is the most vulnerable industry from the spread of coronavirus, will see a slower recovery than other sectors after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, according to Chhay Sivlin, President of the Cambodia Association of Travel Agents.
Thailand’s tourism seriously affected by COVID-19 World

Thailand’s tourism seriously affected by COVID-19

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has cut its estimate for international arrivals to Thailand to 33 million in 2020, down 3 million from the latest target and nearly 7 million compared to the record figure of 39.8 million recorded last year.