Phu Quoc island city in the southern province of Kien Giang will welcome the first international tourist group arriving in Vietnam on November 20, after nearly two years of the country’s “freezing status” due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A corner of Vinpearl in Phu Quoc (Photo: VietjetAir)
As many as 209 tourists from the Republic of Korea (ROK) will come to Phu Quoc on a Vietjet flight and have a 4-day-3-night package tour covering from flights to accommodation and a series of high-class tourism – resort – entertainment activities at Phu Quoc United Center.
The tourists will board Flight VJ3749 from Incheon International Airport and land in Phu Quoc International Airport at 12pm on November 20.
The tour’s whole itinerary has been coordinated by Vinpearl’s strategic partner, Highland Marketing Tourism Company and Vietjet Air to bring the Korean tourists, who have “vaccine passports”, to the Phu Quoc United Center following the international arrival guidelines of Vietnam’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Kien Giang province.
This is an important step in affirming Vietnam’s attractiveness and ability to meet high-class tourism services when the country opens up to international tourists in a new normalcy context. It is expected to bringing a travel experience called “Live Fully” to all travellers across the world when visiting Vietnam.
The tourists will enjoy a safe and hospitable Vietnam right after they board Vietjet flight thanks to exciting and surprising inflight activities. In addition to Vietjet’s safe and comfortable air services, the travelers will also have opportunities to experience an extremely unique journey at the “one destination for all needs” Phu Quoc United Center.
Following their arrival at the Phu Quoc International Airport, the tourists will need to go through health screening process and install IGOVN and PC-COVID applications on their phones before leaving for hotel check-in. All tourists will stay at Vinpearl Resort & Spa Phu Quoc, which has been approved to accommodate international travelers following a travel bubble scheme.
During their “4-day-3-night” vacation, the visitors are supposed to conduct two quick COVID-19 tests on the first and last day of their journey. With negative results, they can go for sightseeing, entertainment, dining, shopping at the attractive places in the vaccine passport’s itinerary at the Phu Quoc United Center super complex.
Also, they will be always advised to self-monitor their health conditions, practice the “5K messages” and follow disease prevention measures during the trip.