(TITC) - This is the topic of a seminar held by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MOCST) on 24th January 2022 to promote the recovery and development of tourism, especially international tourism in the upcoming time according to the direction of the Prime Minister. The seminar was chaired by Mr. Nguyen Van Hung, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism under a face-to-face and online platform, with the participation of relevant ministries, departments, authorities and key tourism localities across the country.
(TITC) - On November 21, in Phu Quoc City (Kien Giang Province), Tuoi Tre Newspaper cooperated with related units to organize the seminar on “Vietnam tourism - Reopen international tourism safely”. Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) attended the event.
(TITC) - The first international tourists arrived at Da Nang Airport on November 17 with strict compliance with pandemic prevention measures and a closed tour itinerary after nearly 2 years of halting travel.
(TITC) - On November 10, the People's Committee of Quang Nam Province issued pilot plan to welcome international tourists in order to recover the tourism industry and related economic, service sectors, contributing to ensuring local social security and promoting the image of Quang Nam - a safe and attractive destination.
(TITC) - On 5th November, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism decided the roadmap to resume international tourism in three phases, starting in November 2021.
(TITC) - Vietnam has not determined when to fully reopen to international tourism. Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MOCST) have not made any proposals regarding the reopening time yet, Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, VNAT’s Chairman confirmed.
(TITC) - According to Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hong, Director of Quang Nam Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Quang Nam Province (Central Vietnam) is preparing the best conditions to serve tourists to Hoi An City (belonging Quang Nam) after the pilot plan of reopening for international tourism in Phu Quoc Island is successful.
Representatives from major businesses in aviation, travel, and hospitality as well as industry experts sought ways to promote domestic tourism and restart the international tourism market post-COVID-19 at a conference in Hanoi on May 21.