Ho Chi Minh City connects with Northeast region to revive tourism market

Tourism cooperation between HCM City and other provinces has helped boost the recovery of the local tourism industry, experts said.

Restructuring tourism for sustainable development after Covid-19 pandemic

A conference on restructuring the tourist market took place on November 19 in Hanoi, within the framework of the Vietnam International Travel Mart 2020 (November 18-21).

Hanoi to link with other localities to boost tourism growth

From now to the end of 2020, the tourism industry of the city will boost cooperation with localities nationwide to stimulate domestic travel.

Vietnam cultural tourism targets US$8-billion annual revenue by 2030

The draft national plan on cultural tourism will focus on the development of two key areas which are cuisine and heritage.

Ho Chi Minh City: Museums apply digital technologies to attract visitors

Not only display pictures and movies, museums have nowadays applied digital technologies which are opening up new dimensions of the museum experience to attract visitors especially youngsters who are inclined to learn about history in museums.

Viet Nam urged to develop night-time economy

Viet Nam has missed some economic development opportunities and should not ignore the chance to grow the night-time economy, according to economist Tran Dinh Thien.

4,018 old trees across the country have been recognized as Vietnamese Heritage Trees

On September 19, 2020, VACNE's Heritage Tree Council met and recognized 21 trees, out of a total of 46 old trees in the records of the provinces: Hai Duong, Cao Bang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai and the city. Hai Phong has just sent back, qualified Vietnam Heritage Tree, bringing the number of Vietnam Heritage Trees in our country has reached 4,018 trees.

Vietnam launches website promoting sustainable tourism to foreign tourists

The “Green Travel” website, a Vietnam’s official tourism website for foreign tourists was launched on August 27 at the address www.vietnam.travel/sustainability.

HCMC requires river-way tourism businesses to ensure environmental sanitation

The Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee assigned the Municipal Department of Transport, Department of Construction, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and District- level People's Committees to carry out the works of ensuring the quality of environmental sanitation and aesthetics in rivers, canals and tourist destinations in the city.

Unauthorized should be regulated by law: HoREA

A type of unprecedented accommodation service called “farmstay” has been popping up in rural Vietnam, along with many administrative problems and unauthorized business practices, said HCMC Real Estate Association (HoREA).