If there are stricter visa regulations, the growth of Vietnam’s tourism would be slow down, according to deputy head of mission at the British embassy in Vietnam Steph Lysaght.
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.
The project named Pullman Harbor City Van Don is in the Sonasea Harbor City Van Don complex with more than 1,000 hotel rooms on an area of roughly 13 hectares.
If the obstacles in visa-related issue are not removed, Vietnam’s objective to develop its tourism into the key economic sector by 2020 could not be realized, according to Vietstar Airlines Deputy General Director Luong Hoai Nam.
As the visa waiver program for five European countries is to come to an end on June 30 this year, Vice President of Vietnam Tourism Advisory Board Kenneth Atkinson talks to TheLEADER on whether this cheme will be extended.
A lot of experts and local tourism enterprises estimate that visa exemption for foreign visitors to Vietnam will help promote this industry and create a sustainable growth.
Destination Mekong and the Mekong Business Initiative (MBI) announced their 2018 Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism (MIST) business support programs are now open for applications.
With a total length of nearly 7.9km, Hon Thom cable car route in Phu Quoc has been recognized as the world's longest sea cable by Guinness World Records.
In 2018, Vietnam Airlines will have its first non-stop flight to the United States, with a starting point of either San Francisco or Los Angeles.
The Prime Minister has approved the master plan for the development of the Dong Van stone plateau into a national tourist center in Ha Giang province by 2030.
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