From the start of November, fully vaccinated citizens, permanent residents and their families will be able to leave Australia for any reason, and limits on the number of people allowed into the country via NSW will be scrapped.
Author Archives: Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam)
Ho Chi Minh City introduces official website to promote tourism
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism has officially launched the website visithcmc.vn to provide diverse information for domestic and international visitors to Ho Chi Minh City
Talk about future trends of the world of Asia pacific tourism
Post-pandemic tourism trends are an interesting discussion to see the future of the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) business.
Agoda survey reveals Vietnam’s future travel trends
Vietnamese are optimistic for tourism to take off again according to Agoda’s Welcome Back to Travel survey released with 60% of the public anticipating restriction-free domestic travel within the next six months.
Australia’s biggest city to end Covid-19 quarantine for international travelers
Sydney will end its Covid-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated international travelers from November 1, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said on Friday, October 15 foreshadowing the full return of overseas travel after more than 19 months
The demand for traveling with pets is on the rise
Google has seen a huge upward trend in searches for ‘dog friendly hotels’ and ‘best dog vacations’ and many hotels are moving quickly to accommodate man’s best friend.
Con Dao – The muse of the ocean
A tiny archipelago off the southern coast, only a small number of travellers wind up in Côn Đảo. Though the trip requires extra effort, those who commit to the journey are rewarded with some of the country’s most blissful beaches and best snorkelling
Press Release: Routes Asia 2022 to be held in Da Nang
Routes Asia will take place in Vietnam for the first time in 2022, with Da Nang People’s Committee, Da Nang Department of Tourism and IPP Travel Retail being selected as the hosts of the 16th annual route development forum.
The world’s five safest cities post-pandemic
Cities across the world have had to rethink security in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Economist Intelligence Unit recently released the 2021 Safe Cities Index, which ranks 60 cities based on 76 safety indicators across infrastructure, digital life, personal security, environmental factors and, of course, health – with pandemic preparedness and Covid-19 mortality included this year.
Meet the Expert: Kerry Newsome: “I fell in love with Vietnam, the way you fall asleep. Slowly, then all at once”
Kerry Newsome has been in the Travel and Foreign exchange industry for over 20 years, in sales, marketing and communication roles. During these years, Kerry lectured part time in marketing for a private college in the years 2001 – 2008, and covered topics such as Integrated Marketing, Direct Marketing, Creativity, Presentation skills, and Database Marketing. Further to her lecturing, Kerry went on to join the RTO Priority Management, and trained business people in Influencing skills, Negotiation skills and Time Management.