Da Lat city in the Central Highland province of Lam Dong aims to welcome more than 4 million visitors, including 150,000 foreigners in 2021, as announced by the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism on January 16.
A tourist area featuring unique cultural tradition of various regions in the country, Mot Thoang Viet Nam (A glimpse of Vietnam) in HCMC’s Cu Chi District was re-opened on January 16 after a temporary halt of upgrading.
Experts and enterprise representatives from travel agencies discussed how to revive travel activities at the National Travel Agents Forum 2021 held in the Northern City of Hai Phong on January 13.
Tet Festival 2021 will take place at Le Van Tam Park, District 1, from January 21 to 24, honouring Vietnamese cultural and culinary values, and is expected to welcome nearly 70,000 visitors.
Activities to boost tourism connectivity among localities have been fostered more than ever in a bid to address the difficulties imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic on the hospitality sector.
The British Cave Research Association (BCRA) have ranked two caves in Viet Nam as the largest and third largest in the world.
After some 30 years of research, experts from the British Royal Caves Association (BCRA) has created a detailed map for 404 caves that have staggering length of 231km in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh Province in the North Central region, said the park’s director Pham Hong Thai.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has announced the plan to organize the 2021 Spring Flower Festival and flower markets for the upcoming Tet holiday.
A tourism promotion programme entitled ‘Vietnam: Di De Yeu’ (Discover Vietnam) was launched on YouTube on January 7, aiming to advertise Vietnam as a safe and attractive destination for visitors.
Construction of the much-awaited Long Thanh international airport in the southern province of Dong Nai and near HCM City began on Tuesday after years of delay.