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On Monday, June 21, the Foreign Minister of Vietnam and Singapore – Mr. Bui Thanh Son and Mr. Vivian Balakrishnan, decided to accelerate the vaccine certificates of each other in order to reinstate the commercial flights and recover the economy.
Along with Bali in Indonesia ranked 4, Hoi An is one of the only 2 destinations in Southeast Asia among 10 world’s cheapest tourist destinations at the 8th rank.
The Vietnam Health Ministry together with the Tourism Ministry and other relevant organizations are planning to launch the trial of vaccine passports to welcome international tourists to some specific destinations that have been effectively controlling the new Coronavirus outbreak.
The provincial People’s Committee has recently announced the plan to organize the 6th Culture and Tourism week named “Through the heritages of Hoang Su Phi terraced fields” in 2021.
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.
Recently, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism have launched the very first “Vietnam International Photography Festival” in Ninh Binh province, one of the parts in “National Tourism Year 2021”.
From 0:00 on June 9, the People’s Committee of Da Nang city officially resumed a number of services and activities under the specific rules in order to ensure the Covid-19 prevention.
The famous website The World’s 50 best has recently published Asia's Best Bars in 2021. Instead of listing 50 as usual, the website extends the list up to 100 and Vietnam has 3 representatives ranked 76, 77, and 96 which are Nê Cocktail Bar, Summer Experiment, and Hybrid in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, and Nha Trang respectively.
Last March, the UK newspaper Daily Mail suggested a number of well-known destinations that deserve to be the new wonders of the world.