In the wake of the pandemic, understanding the future of tourism has become more important than ever. To get business back on track and maintain positive relationships with potential travelers, the tourism sector needs to take a deeper look at emerging trends and integrate new insights into products and services as well as marketing and communication campaigns.
Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi continue to lead the momentum in Southeast Asia, raking third and seventh respectively among the most dynamic city in the world.
Former Tour De France winner Cadel Evans has tipped Central Vietnam as a future mecca for active tourism following his successful debut in one of Asia’s premier cycle events.
Five-star luxury beachfront resort has now launched a “resort within a resort” called The Level Villas that sets apart 61 upscale villas with private pools as well as a private lounge and a host of bespoke privileges.
IHG has the 350-room Holiday Inn & Suites Saigon Airport, the first Holiday Inn hotel in Vietnam.
Vietnamese are so stressed that three in four of those surveyed frequently have trouble sleeping as they may be bringing too many worries with them on their holidays, according to a sleep survey.
Emperor Cruises is where style meets sophistication. A vacation on the cruise is created for connoisseurs of true luxury and beauty around.
Low-cost carrier Vietjet has launched its latest route connecting Danang and Taipei, offering bubble tea lovers a chance to enjoy their favourite drink right in the Land of Bubble Tea.
Laguna Lang Co is moving through the gears in its efforts to promote active tourism in Central Vietnam through key support to one of Asia’s premier cycling events.
Holiday Inn & Suites Saigon Airport Hotel will make its grand debut this September, offering the joy of travel to visitors to the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh City.
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