Fee reduction bolsters domestic automobile market Business

Fee reduction bolsters domestic automobile market

After much anticipation, the Government has issued Decree No 70 on reducing registration fees on domestically-manufactured and assembled motor cars. With the resultant 50% cut in fees, car-owners will save tens of millions or even hundreds of millions of Vietnam dong if they buy a car this year.
Visitors flock back to HCM City’s oldest garden post Covid-19 Travel

Visitors flock back to HCM City’s oldest garden post Covid-19

After closing for nearly two months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Saigon zoo and botanical gardens Thao Cam Vien reopened in late May and has once again become a popular destination for visitors, in particular youngsters. The 156-year-old park may well be the “hottest” destination this summer.
E-commerce a positive for retail sector Business

E-commerce a positive for retail sector

Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail market in Việt Nam in the first quarter of this year still recorded positive results from e-commerce, online shopping and delivery services.
Leaving no one behind Society

Leaving no one behind

By focusing on measures that are within its control, Vietnam has won praise from the international community for its success in controlling COVID-19 pandemic. But what truly lies between this success? “No one is left behind” is the motto of Vietnam in the fight against the virus.
Short-haul flights to lead recovery Business

Short-haul flights to lead recovery

Vietnam’s reopening of its domestic travel sector is expected to be replicated by focusing on short-haul Asian markets that will enhance its international tourism profile, according to a survey conducted by the hospitality consulting group, the C9 Hotelworks, and Delivering Asia Communications.
Sunflower garden in Ninh Binh lures visitors Destinations

Sunflower garden in Ninh Binh lures visitors

A sunflower garden in Ninh Tien commune, Ninh Binh city has lured crowds of visitors in recent days. With a ticket price of 30,000 VND/person, every day the garden attracts hundreds of visitors inside and outside the province.
Retail tenants seek rental relief Business

Retail tenants seek rental relief

Retail outlets with plummeting revenues and shopping mall owners are among the many affected by COVID-19, and while many of the latter have begun offering support to the former to help soften the blow, there are many still struggling.
HCM City: 90 percent of small travel firms suspend operations Society

HCM City: 90 percent of small travel firms suspend operations

More than 20,000 staff at hotels and tourist accommodations in Ho Chi Minh City were laid off or put on unpaid leave in the first quarter of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report released by the municipal Department of Tourism on April 13.
A journey to explore deeper into Thien Duong Cave Destinations

A journey to explore deeper into Thien Duong Cave

Tourists often choose the tour of 7km of Thien Duong (Paradise) Cave in the dry season since in the rainy season, they can travel only 4km into this renowned case as water will swell up to the ceiling for the remaining length.