This morning, April 29, the National-Grade Architectural Heritage Site of Ho Chi Minh City's People's Council and People's Committee headquarters at 86 Le Thanh Ton Street, District 1, opened its doors to visitors for the first time.
At yesterday’s Vietnam Development Bridge Forum 2023 taking place in Da Nang City, representatives of localities recognized that they would not rely on natural resources but switch to sustainable green growth.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on December 21 asked ministries, agencies, localities and businesses to take into consideration the diversity of the products, markets and supply chains while seeking ways to boost the tourism sector.
Nearly 597,000 foreigners have visited Vietnam in November, up 23.2 percent month-on-month, bringing the total number of international tourists to the country in the first 11 months of this year to 2.95 million, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
A delegation of leaders and officials of the HCMC Tourism Department and the People’s Committee of District 1 led by Secretary of the Party Committee of the city Nguyen Van Nen visited the district’s historical sites related to the “Biet Dong Sai Gon” (Sai Gon Rangers) that contributed to the southern liberation and national reunification on October 30.
The video game “Lac Viet phieu luu ky” (Lac Viet Adventures) was selected by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a promotional product on digital platforms at the Vietnam Days Abroad 2022 which will respectively take place in Austria, India, and the Republic of Korea in September, November and December this year.
Vietnam is Cambodia's huge and promising tourism market, with the highest percentage of foreign arrivals in the country, Under-Secretary of State at the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism Thok Sokkhom has said.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has launched a video clip Vietnam: Di de yeu! – Wonders of Vietnam (Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Wonders of Vietnam) to introduce beautiful destinations of Vietnam.
The Government of Vietnam has reopened its borders to welcome travelers from Australia, New Zealand and other countries to Vietnam, Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh told a trade and travel promotion conference in Australia on June 28.
Preventing tourists from buying ivory products and endangered wild species is essential, especially in the context that Vietnam has fully reopened its door to international tourists and the tourism industry is on the way to recovery, heard a workshop held in Hanoi on June 22.