Carriers, including Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines, and Vasco announced that they will provide more than 7.3 million additional seats on local and international routes to meet the peak summer demand from June 1 to August 15.
For decades the town of Da Lat has drawn thousands of tourists because of its enchanting natural surroundings, its many scenic lakes and waterfalls, and its typical French villas that are dotted all over the hill slopes.
The 2023 Ninh Binh tourism week, themed “The Golden Colour of Tam Coc - Trang An”, is expected to draw a large number of domestic and foreign visitors to the northern province of Ninh Binh over eight days, starting from May 27.
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will restore its Hanoi (Vietnam)-Luang Prabang (Laos)-Siem Reap (Cambodia) route on the first day of July, with a frequency of three flights per week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
A promotional event for Vietnam's aviation and tourism in the Republic of Korea (RoK), named "Wonderful Vietnam", was held in Seoul on May 17, with about 80 representatives from travel agents and partners taking part.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism will conduct inspections of the quality of accommodation facilities throughout the country from June to October.
On May 15, Hoi An City in Quang Nam Province started implementing measures to strengthen entrance ticket control for visitors to Hoi An Ancient Town, particularly focusing on group tourists, as previously announced.
Tourists and local people suddenly enjoyed a majestic spectacle of a pod of dolphins swimming off the shore of Bai Mon Beach- Mui Dien Cape, a national landscape in Dong Hoa Town of the central coastal province of Phu Yen on May 14.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) on May 31 asked agencies to pilot the use of level 2 electronic identification (eID) authentication for air passengers at airports nationwide from June 1.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha welcomed Dutch firms and partners to join in the pilot scheme for rooftop solar installation in Vietnam during a reception in Hanoi on May 31 for Dutch Ambassador to Vietnam Kees van Baar.
Not getting paid enough is what's most likely to prompt many teachers in mountainous areas to quit the profession. As a result, schools in special locations with extreme social-economic difficulties face a shortage of teachers.