Vietnam News for Quang Ninh
Quang Ninh Welcomes Domestic Tourists In November
From November 1, Quang Ninh province restarts travel activities for domestic tourists who come from low and medium Covid-19-risk areas.
More Vietnam Localities Welcome International Tourists In November
In November, five Vietnam destinations welcome foreign tourists includes Kien Giang, Da Nang, Quang Ninh, Khanh Hoa, Quang Nam.
First international flight for passengers with vaccine passports landed at Van Don Airport
On 4th September, 297 Vietnamese citizens with Covid-19 vaccine passports were repatriated from Japan on the trial flight of Vietnam Airlines to Van Don International Airport with the seven-day quarantine policy.
Nearly 7,000 tourism workers in Quang Ninh will be vaccinated
From July 14 to 20, Quang Ninh province proceeds the 5th stage of the Covid-19 vaccination plan for the tourism workforce.
Promote community-based tourism in Binh Lieu, Quang Ninh Province
With ethnic minorities occupying up to 96% of the population, the mountainous district Binh Lieu of Quang Ninh Province decided to promote cultural value preservation and develop community-based tourism in order to boost the local economy and society.
“TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice 2021” mentions Vinpearl Group 29 times
On May 13, the world’s leading travel platform - TripAdvisor published the precious award named "TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice 2021". Among plenty of categories, “Best of the best” and “Travelers’ Choice Awards” mentioned 26 resorts and hotels of Vinpearl – one of the most reputable Vietnamese hospitality groups.
Quang Ninh resumes inner-provincial tourism
It has been more than 30 days since the last Covid-19 case was recorded in Quang Ninh.
Quang Ninh tourism to reopen after month-long restriction
Quang Ninh restarted tourist activities within the province on 2nd March, 2021, as the province has gone through 20 days without community transmission.
Yen Tu Complex in pursuit of world heritage recognition
Aiming to seek a world heritage title, the nomination dossier of Yen Tu Complex will be sent to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre soon. With this submission, Vietnam hopes for a chance to promote Yen Tu Complex to the international level.
Ha Long Bay – Cat Ba Archipelago: Route to UNESCO World Heritage Site nomination
The complex of Ha Long Bay – Cat Ba Archipelago has been proposed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Vietnam for recognition as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Under the conduct of Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam, all relevant processes are followed to complete the nominating dossier.