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Many hoteliers intend to divest capital due to heavy losses

HCMC – Over the past eight months, hotel room tariffs have plunged and hotel room occupancy rates have remained low, forcing several hoteliers to...

Domestic travellers help boost tourism recovery

HCMC – Many travel companies said domestic tourists have resumed travelling after the Covid-19 pandemic was brought under control, contributing to the recovery of...

Hue starts evaluating hotels for safety amidst Covid-19

THUA THIEN-HUE – A group of members from the Thua Thien-Hue Department of Tourism and related agencies has kicked off assessing hotels and resorts...

Danang welcomes its first group of tourists since July

DANANG – A group of 55 tourists from Phuc Thanh Trading Co. (based in Viet Tri City, Phu Tho Province) arrived at the Danang...

Safety plays key role in attracting tourists post-pandemic

HCMC - Post-Covid-19, safety plays a key role in attracting tourists to Vietnam, with 57% of respondents in a recent survey conducted by the...

Tourism businesses discuss how to manage human resources during Covid-19

QUANG NAM - Experts have debated over whether businesses should retain all their employees by paying them minimum wages or keep only some key...

Russian tour operator proposes bringing tourists to Khanh Hoa in Nov

HCMC – A Russian tour operator has proposed transporting tourists to Khanh Hoa Province via chartered flights in November, it was announced at a...

International tourist arrivals in Vietnam plunge in Jan-Sep

HCMC – The number of international tourist arrivals in Vietnam between January and September plummeted by nine million year-on-year due to the impact of...

Despite scant business, Kien Giang sees over 1,900 new hotel rooms

HCMC – Despite the number of vacant rooms in hotels increasing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kien Giang Province, where the famous tourist island...

Vietnam expected to lose nearly 14 million international arrivals

HCMC – The nation is forecast to lose from 13.5 to 14 million tourists this year compared with 2019, though the Government has resumed...

Latest news

North-south train services suspended due to upcoming typhoon

HCMC – As Typhoon Molave is forecast to make landfall in Vietnam's central coast, Vietnam Railways Corporation (VNR) has suspended many train services on...

Gasoline price falls slightly

HCMC – Local retail prices of E5 RON92 bio-fuel and RON95 gasoline dropped by VND160-180 per liter as of 3 p.m. yesterday, October 27,...

S.Korean expert tests positive for Covid-19 after leaving HCMC

HCMC – A South Korean expert who was residing in HCMC has tested positive for Covid-19 after leaving the city for Japan on October...

Contribution to Vietnam’s logistics manpower development

HCMC - Vietnam boasts a sizeable logistics market and a strong potential for the industry’s development, but inadequate manpower is seen as a major...

Australia helps Vietnam transform breast cancer diagnoses

HCMC – The Australian Government’s Aus4Innovation program is supporting the VIETRAD initiative to help Vietnam improve breast cancer diagnostic efficacy and patient prognosis, leading...
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