Tightening the special traditional friendship between Vietnam and Cuba through cultural, sports and tourism cooperation

Tightening the special traditional friendship between Vietnam and Cuba through cultural, sports and tourism cooperation

(TITC) - On November 17, in Ha Noi, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Van Hung had meeting with Mr. Orlando Nicolás Hernández Guillén - Ambassador of Cuba to Vietnam. Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, Chairman of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and Ms. Nguyen Phuong Hoa, Director of International Cooperation Department attended the meeting.

“Sapa Love Market” festival to revive north-western tourism

“Sapa Love Market” festival to revive north-western tourism

Visiting Sapa Town in Lao Cai province on the occasion, travelers will have chance to admire the beautiful landscape, experience vivid cultural activities and enjoy delicious ethnic specialties.

Da Nang carries out plans for tourism recovery

Da Nang carries out plans for tourism recovery

Considering resuming and promoting tourism as key tasks to help Da Nang revive economic activities, the central city will focus on directing the pandemic prevention and control work as well as mobilising resources to support the tourism industry to effectively implement a plan for tourism recovery in a new normal state, Tran Phuoc Son, vice chairman of the municipal People’s Committee, has said.

Da Nang seeks developers for tourism and service development projects

Da Nang seeks developers for tourism and service development projects

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.

Localities ready to welcome back tourists in the new normal

Localities ready to welcome back tourists in the new normal

A number of localities nationwide have announced plans to welcome back domestic travelers in November after months of suspending tourism services due to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Hanoi tourism ready to recover from COVID-19

Hanoi tourism ready to recover from COVID-19

Hanoi's tourism industry is planning to recover as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic is under control. The municipal Department of Tourism will create a safe, secure and friendly environment to make Hanoi an attractive destination for tourists.

Quang Ninh to apply sandbox model to tourism

Quang Ninh to apply sandbox model to tourism

To ensure pandemic safety, Quang Ninh will apply the sandbox model to tourism and prioritise serving groups of tourists once this northeastern coastal province re-opens its door to travellers from other localities.

The tourism and agriculture sectors "shake hands" to promote rural tourism through digital transformation

The tourism and agriculture sectors "shake hands" to promote rural tourism through digital transformation

(TITC) - On October 2, “Promoting rural tourism through digital transformation" forum was online organized under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Tran Thanh Nam - Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and Mr. Doan Van Viet - Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Bac Kan promotes investment in tourism

Bac Kan promotes investment in tourism

The northern mountainous province of Bac Kan has promoted investment attraction in tourism over recent years in order to boost its tourism industry and potential and gradually turn tourism into a spearhead economic sector.

Vietnam tourism in the first half of 2021

Vietnam tourism in the first half of 2021

(TITC) - According to UNWTO, international arrivals dropped by 83% in the period January – March 2021 compared to 2020. UNWTO has had reduce its forward of international arrivals for growth scenario in 2021. The General Statistics Office of Viet Nam informed that the number of international arrivals to Viet Nam in first half of 2021 decreased 97.6% over the same period of 2020. Vietnam tourism has made effort to realize the dual goal of drastically responding to the Covid-19 pandemic in the line with resume tourism industry.