ietnam plans to resume international flights in early 2022, but the transport ministry said the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 could throw a wrench in the works.
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A Vietnam Representative Won Miss Grand International for the First Time
Nguyễn Thúc Thùy Tiên has become the first Vietnam representative to win the crown at Miss Grand International.
Green tourism in Vietnam: a post-Covid-19 opportunity
It will probably take a long time for the tourism industry in Vietnam to be the same as pre-Covid-19, but there come new opportunities, especially in Green Tourism.
The Sailing Club Leisure Group – The story of an inspirational leisure resort brand
The core of the Sailing Club is beach life, attached to sea sports. Over the past 25 years, Sailing Club’s imprint has been present in most of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam such as Nha Trang, Mui Ne, Cam Ranh, Ho Tram, Phu Quoc and soon Ha Long.
Ho Chi Minh City named Asia’s best MICE tourism destination
Ho Chi Minh City was named Asia’s leading destination for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions at the annual World MICE Awards.
Operation Smile Vietnam – “We believe every child deserves the right to smile”
An international medical charity that has provided hundreds of thousands of free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries who are born with cleft lip, cleft palate, or other facial deformities
Vietnam golf tourism big draw post Covid
Golf tourism with high safety levels and low contact will lure more high-spending foreign tourists to Vietnam after the Covid pandemic, a top tourism official said.
Shilla Monogram Danang – “Beyond Your Dreams” on the romantic Non Nuoc beach
More than a resort, Shilla Monogram Quangnam Danang is a wonderful combination of sea, sky and mountains, between modernity and tradition, between the quintessence of the luxury hotel brand the Shilla and unique features of the indigenous culture of Central Vietnam
Good signs for Vietnam’s tourism industry: New normal laidback holidays status after the pandemic
Several foreigners expressed their joy to be the first tourists to return to Vietnam after nearly two years of border closures. This is considered a good sign in the reopening of Vietnam’s tourism industry in the near future
Pegasus International College signs MOU with Central Queensland University, Australia
On 4/6/2021, an MOU was signed between Pegasus International College and CQU Australia – one of the top public universities. The MOU addresses the credit transfer arrangements for Pegasus students, who have completed the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management at Pegasus, to enter bachelor degrees with advanced standing at CQU