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.
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
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.
[VNEpress] Vietnam will compete with 15 other rivals for the world’s leading culinary destination title at 2021 World Travel Awards. The other nominees are Australia, China, Colombia, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Peru, Spain, Thailand and the U.S. The winner will be determined by votes from travelers around the world on the awardsContinue reading “Vietnam among 16 nominees for world’s leading culinary destination award”
[VNExpress] Vietnam has six representatives among the top 25 resorts in Asia in this year’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards voted by readers of British magazine Condé Nast Traveler. With an overall score of 99.08 out of 100, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay in the central province of Khanh Hoa ranked fifth on the list. LocatedContinue reading “Six Vietnam resorts among Asia’s 25 best: Condé Nast Traveler”
[CNN Travel] Hanoi — Vietnam is planning to reopen key tourist destinations to vaccinated visitors from countries deemed a low COVID-19 risk from December, the government said on Wednesday, October 6, ahead of a full resumption targeted for June next year.Vietnam imposed tight border controls at the start of the pandemic in an effort to keepContinue reading “Vietnam to fully reopen by June 2022”
Two Vietnamese sites were recognized as global biosphere reserves by UNESCO at the 33rd session of the International Coordinating Council of the Man and the Biosphere Program in Nigeria from September 13-17.
Huế is a city chock-full of stories. The Kings of the Nguyễn Dynasty built their feudal capital along Huế’s fertile riverbanks and atop its forested hills, but their imperial legacy is just one of many reasons to visit. Huế’s refined cuisine is the stuff of legend, and its leafy streets are lined with mossy pagodas, art déco mansions, and eye-popping markets. Through the whole scene flows the Perfume River, setting a languid pace the rest of the city is happy to follow.