The situation of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country in general and Binh Thuan in particular shows signs of gradually being better controlled. The economic sectors are also finding solutions to revive their operations. At this time, the reporter of Binh Thuan Newspaper had an interview with Mr. Bui The Nhan - Director of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the province about the issue of reopening to welcome visitors in the next coming time.
(TITC) - On October 14, Mr. Nguyen Van Hung - Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism had meeting with Mr. Pilar Ivo Sieber - Spanish Ambassador. Mr. Ha Van Sieu, Vice Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and leader of International Cooperation Department also attended the meeting.
With domestic demand anticipated to rebound after months of COVID-19 stagnation, the tourism industry is in dire need of a safe tourism model to welcome back holidaymakers when Vietnam moves into a new normal.
Authorities in Binh Dinh Province have requested VNĐ344 billion (US$14.6 million) to restore and promote sites of national cultural heritage in the province.
The Da Nang People’s Committee has authorised the municipal Department of Tourism to open bidding for the ‘Smart tourism monitoring system’ project with a total investment of over VND 4.5 billion.
Specifically, the Department will invite bids for the development of training and internal software at a cost of VND1.7 billion, and the equipment supply and installation with a total investment of VND2 billion, all funded by the municipal budget.
Ecotourism activities in our country not only contribute to socio-economic development, but also to preserving the natural environment and conserving biodiversity and indigenous cultural values in many localities.
(TITC) - On October 14, the online seminar "Restoring and developing tourism in a new normal condition" was organized by Nguoi Lao Dong (Labour) Newspaper in cooperation with related units.
(TITC) - On October 14, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam chaired a working session with leaders of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MOSCT), Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Health to deliberate on gradual resumption of domestic tourism and pilot reopening inbound tourism.
As a country to visit for its wildlife, Việt Nam has sadly fallen by the wayside. The last Javan rhino was shot by poachers in 2016 and wild elephants and tigers, both now numbering barely in double figures, are on the brink of local extinction. Yet many less famed smaller species of general attraction remain. Such is the case for the squirrel; Việt Nam can count 19 species, six of which are of the amazing ‘flying’ varieties.
The first Bamboo Airways flight from Hanoi landed in Dien Bien Phu airport in the northern border province of Dien Bien on October 14, marking the official launch of Bamboo Airways' Hanoi-Dien Bien route.