Vietnam’s hospitality market after social distancing due to Covid-19 has showed positive development but recovery is underway.
L’Alyana Senses World is poised to elevate tourism in Phu Quoc island to a new height.
The two companies will establish a joint venture to recycle plastic waste on the island into materials used for building resorts and hotels or infrastructure.
Sonasea Van Don Harbor City near Halong Bay will be focus of the group’s business this year.
Park Hyatt Phu Quoc hotel and residences are poised to introduce the brand’s refined luxury and exceptional service to Vietnam’s emerging resort destination in 2022.
The international five-star hotel brand Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc has just cut the ribbon to inaugurate a commercial office in downtown Ho Chi Minh City's District 1, an event held one month ahead of its grand opening.
In the context of a thriving tourism industry with a rapid growing number of international visitors, the emerge of big casino business service projects owned by Banyan Tree Holdings, Suncity or Las Vegas Sands is one of the crucial strategy to harvest from overseas tourists.
The latest draft law of the special economic zones has been amended based on the opinions of several members of the National Assembly to reduce incentives for several investment projects including casino, tourism and entertainment services.
CEO Group and the world's leading hotel management group Accor have recently signed a memorandum of understanding in developing Sonasea Van Don Complex.
Novotel Phu Quoc Resort General Manager Lee Pearce shares his thought on the future of the Vietnam’s biggest island destination in contrast to two other tourist hotspots in Southeast Asia.
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