According to reports from the management committee of tourist areas in Vung Tau City, in the first 6 months of 2013, resorts and beaches of the city welcomed 1.54 million tourists.
The provincial people committee of Lam Dong has approved a new scheme to upgrade the local transportation system, which is expected to complete in between 2020 and 2030.
The Vinh Phuc Province’s Department of Information and Communication has revealed a plan to coverage the whole area of Tam Dao by the end of 2013, in attempt to serve the demand to connect to the Internet of thousands tourists there.
Recently during the 37th Conference of the World Heritage Committee (WHC) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in SiemReap Cambodia, 19 new sites to the list of world heritages.
The national airline Vietnam Airlines has officially announced the new launch of two international air-routes which is going to start operating in Da Nang International Airport from July 1, 2013.
The people committee of Hanoi is cooperating with the Vietnam Post and Telecommunications (VNPT) to set up public Wi-Fi access points on several tourist streets in the Old Quarter.
“Asia offers the most reasonable prices while Europe is the most expensive region for tourism”, reviewed by TripAdvisor when introducing a list of the most expensive and cheapest tourism destinations of the world, of which Hanoi is listed as the second cheapest city to visit.
In attempt to provide the most decent support, the local government is going to issue Da Nang Pass to tourists, which is a versatile card, for checking information about the city’s tourist areas, shops and hotels, as well as paying for purchases, instead of cash.
In the recent 5 months, Central Quang Nam province has been running four tourism projects with a total capital USD 108 million, shared Doan Ngoc Minh from the provincial and investment department.
Recently, Vietnamese street-foods have just been recognized in the top ten gastronomical tours of the famous online tourism magazine Lonelyplanet.
On June 1 2013, the budgeted airline VietJet Air officially launched new air route Hanoi – Bangkok in attempt to expand its business to South East Asian region.
The famous US food website Daily Meal has just selected five restaurants in Vietnam to be in the list of the 101 best restaurants in Asia.
In recent years, Phu Quoc has been becoming one of the most favourite tourist destinations in Vietnam. This leads to over demand for hotel rooms that this island will need around 3,000 new hotel rooms in the next two year in order to satisfy.
Recently, the New York City based business and technology news website Business Insider has just recognized Hanoi (Vietnam) as one of the top 10 wonderful places for cultural tours all over the world.
On Saturday, May 11 2013, the opening ceremony of the Culture, Sports and Tourism Week and the second Red Flamboyant Festival were officially held in Hai Phong City, which triggered another fantastic National Tourism Year.
Food & Hotel Vietnam Exhibition (FHV) has been the biggest industry events of the food and hospitality industry in Vietnam since the first time it was organized in 2004.
According to a recent survey of The World Economy Forum (WEF), which is published on ctv.news.ca on 9 April, Switzerland still remains its highest place in the list of the top destinations of the world 2013
At 11:15M, 5 April 2013, the flight VN071 of the national flag Vietnam Airlines departed from Cam Ranh Airport (Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa) to Moscow, which mark an important milestone as the first direct air route connecting the two cities.
Recently, Mai Chau (Hoa Binh Province) has been voted in top ten new tourist destinations in Asia by viewers of the famous travel website agoda.com – one of the most reliable booking website in Asia.
On March 28, the Chinese Airline Dragonair officially launched new direct air route from Da Nang City to Hong Kong (China) with 3 flights per week, departing from Da Nang on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.