The central province of Quang Binh plans to shift the focus of tourism from international tourists to domestic tourists while offering affordable prices to stir the tourism market.

Authorities in the central city of Danang have decided to waive admission fees for many local tourist attractions next year.

Vietnam’s effective control of COVID-19 has impressed prestigious US travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler (CNTraveler), as in its latest US and UK publications, the magazine has listed the Southeast Asian country as among the best holiday destinations after the pandemic ends and for 2021.

Da Nang on those last days of the year is a bit rainy and cold but it still remains the beauty of one of the most attractive destinations of Vietnam.

In the morning of November 3rd, the World Travel Awards (WTA) – the Oscar of the world’s tourism industry has revealed its Asia 2020 winners.

The Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has announced a sixth-month campaign encouraging Vietnamese citizens to travel domestically to support local businesses after social distancing measures against novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were eased.

Vietnam has jumped one place from last year to ninth in British magazine Condé Nast Traveler's 2020 list of 20 most favorite countries for travelers.

The ancient town of Hoi An will reopen tourism services such as the pedestrian street, the night street, traditional craft villages and sightseeing services from tomorrow, September 24, as the Covid-19 pandemic has been contained and the country has not recorded any new Covid-19 case via community transmission for more than 20 consecutive days.