Vietravel offers discounts on spring tours, airfares Travel

Vietravel offers discounts on spring tours, airfares

Tour business Vietravel is providing a bundle of promotional spring tours and airfares for visitors at the second iteration of the Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival 2021, which takes place from January 21-24 at Le Van Tam Park, Ho Chi Minh City.
Indonesia leads ASEAN travel corridor arrangement task force ASEAN

Indonesia leads ASEAN travel corridor arrangement task force

Indonesia has been chosen by ASEAN members to lead the ASEAN Travel Corridor Arrangement Task Force (ATCAF) to discuss with stakeholders on an ASEAN Travel Corridor Arrangement Framework and its operation procedures to support post-pandemic economic recovery in the region.
PM wants old motorbikes off the streets Society

PM wants old motorbikes off the streets

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked the Ministry of Transport to work with localities to take old motor vehicles that do not meet circulation standards off the roads.
HCM City accelerating work on bus rapid transit route Society

HCM City accelerating work on bus rapid transit route

A number of bidding packages under the Green Transport Development Project, to develop a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor in HCM City, are scheduled to be kick started in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to the HCM City Management Board for Traffic Works Construction and Investment.
New stock trading system from RoK to be tested after Tet Business

New stock trading system from RoK to be tested after Tet

A trial run of a stock trading system from the Republic of Korea with securities companies will be conducted after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, Tran Van Dung, Chairman of the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC), told a press conference on January 19.
Laos targets 3.8 billion USD from tourism revenue in 2021 ASEAN

Laos targets 3.8 billion USD from tourism revenue in 2021

The Lao government has set a revenue target of over 3.8 billion USD for the tourism industry in the next five years, with about 15 million tourists visiting the Southeast Asian country after the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.