There are still many conflicting views on the quality of training as well as the learning environment. The following article will mention some reasons why you should study hospitality in Vietnam
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam) is pleased to welcome Nguyen Nhat An as our newest community leader.
HÀ NỘI — The Ministry of Health late Tuesday officially issued the long-awaited COVID-19 protocols for foreign entries into Việt Nam.
Today marks an important milestone for Vietnam’s economic and tourism recovery as the country finally fully reopened its borders to international travelers
Hundreds of Aussies today stepped up to be guinea pigs as Jetstar restarted direct flights to Bali, a service that the coronavirus pandemic put on hold for almost two years.
The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) has signed an agreement to promote Ho Chi Minh City’s tourism image among Europeans.
The Russian government has listed Vietnam among current safe tourist destinations without any restrictions along with China, Egypt, India, Tunisia, Turkey, and the UAE. At the same time, Germany has removed 60 countries and territories from its list of high-risk Covid areas, including Vietnam ‘based on the spread of the Omicron variant.’
Hotels and travel firms across Vietnam are scrambling to recruit staff and increase personnel training after the government agreed to fully reopen international tourism from March 15.
Bamboo Airways Friday launched its first direct route to Europe, connecting Hanoi with Germany’s Frankfurt and said it plans to open more flights to Europe this year.
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam is pleased to introduce our food partners of event “Melbourne Coffee Culture” – Mr. Pie – The pies brand established with the goal of bringing the taste of an Australian favorite food to Vietnam.