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.
Perfetto is a boutique coffee roaster that sources, roasts and packages some of the finest coffees in the world. Coffee roasting is undertaken in Australia within a state of the art facility that is ISO and HACCP certified, with a Vietnam facility coming soon.
Vietnam will fully reopen inbound tourism from March 15 after nearly two years. Most restrictions will be lifted, but there are some requirements to keep in mind.
Many people may pass by this tiny Queensland gem. But the tropical paradise has just taken out the fifth spot on a world’s most beautiful village list.
Vietnam will remove limits on the number of international flights coming and going from all markets starting February 15, restoring frequency to pre-pandemic levels.
After nearly two years of border closures due to Covid, Cambodia, Laos, the Philippines and Thailand have reopened but have certain entry requirements for Vietnamese tourists.
Vietnam must be prepared to safely reopen tourism, ideally at the end of March and no later than the end of April, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said Thursday.