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dimanche 11 juin 2017

Vietnam’s visa-free travel up in the air

Vietnam’s visa-free travel concession for five European nationalities will extended for another year after the initial trial period ends 30 June .

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vendredi 26 mai 2017

Vietnam reviews bar opening hours

Vietnam Tourism Association has submitted a proposal to the government asking it to further extend opening hours for the country’s nightlife to keep the country in play to compete head-on with neighbouring destinations.

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Teeth fixed on holiday

Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Tourism aims to focus on travellers who want to fix their teeth.

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lundi 10 avril 2017

Cover up call at ancient towers

One of Vietnam’s heritage sites, Ponagar Cham Towers, has introduced a regulation to ensure foreign tourists cover up when they visit the site.

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mercredi 5 avril 2017

Street musicians gather in HCMC

Ho Chi Minh City authorities intend to serenade tourists with a music street in the city’s downtown district.

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Disrespect is not sexy, anytime, anywhere

“Man bites dog,” is an old journalistic aphorism that remarks on how the unusual is more newsworthy (than a dog biting a man).

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Budget hotels sprout up in Vietnam as business travel booms

Small, midsize companies' expansion drives lodging demand

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dimanche 26 mars 2017

Jetstar will increase Hue-Bangkok flights

Thua Thien-Hue authorities are urging local airlines to add services linking the world heritage city with Bangkok in Thailand.

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lundi 20 mars 2017

Sóc Trăng to launch speedboat to Côn Đảo

Construction of a boat station in Sóc Trăng Province’s Trần Đề Town for operating speedboats to Côn Đảo Island began on Monday.

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For the first time, Vietnam issues official etiquette guide for tourists

Major cities have asked visitors to be nice. Now the tourism ministry wants to see good manners across the country.

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vendredi 17 mars 2017

Vietnam's 'cave province' schedules direct flights to northern Thailand

From the mountains of Chiang Mai into the depths of the world's biggest cave in Quang Binh from just $100.

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Charter flights to link Italy, U.K. with Vietnam's Phu Quoc by late 2017

Travel firms TUI and Alpitour World are seeking cooperation from Vietnam to launch the service in November and December.

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jeudi 16 mars 2017

In Vietnam, a rush to save the world’s largest cave from the masses

“Caves are fragile environments. They don’t regenerate very quickly, and once they’re broken, they’re broken.”

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mercredi 8 mars 2017

Hanoi upgrades walking streets

Hanoi’s authorities plan to upgrade pedestrian streets and offer more facilities to upgrade the city’s image for locals and visitors.

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Bid to turn Khanh Hoa into tour hub

Vietnam’s Prime Minister, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, has called on Khanh Hoa authorities to develop tourism in the hope it will improve the province’s economy.

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Vietnam drinkers head for beer clubs

Vietnamese authorities say they will enact regulations to control the boom in beer clubs that offer entertainment similar to bars and discos, but prosper outside of the perimeters of current laws.

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lundi 20 février 2017

Citadel sells chilled evening visits

The Imperial Citadel of Hue will open parts of it ancient World Heritage complex to visitors at night from late April, but only for a trial period to gauge response.

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HCMC brings music to its streets

Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 administration is considering a proposal to add musical entertainment on the city’s downtown streets.

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samedi 11 février 2017

Vietnam's Ha Long Bay to be patrolled by new tourism police force

The move aims to protect tourists from criminals and unscrupulous travel agencies and street vendors.

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dimanche 29 janvier 2017

Halong Bay bans Polystyrene

Halong Bay Peoples Committee has banned the use of polystyrene and is calling for the implementation of an environmentally friendly alternative for use at the popular tourist destination.

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samedi 21 janvier 2017

Jetstar backs Vietnam with extra Dreamliner flights

Vietnam could become as popular a tourist destination for Australians as Bali and Thailand, and budget carrier Jetstar is helping to drive this growth by adding new flights on Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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mardi 10 janvier 2017

Tourists rescued after fire in Ha Long Bay

While returning from a trip through picturesque Ha Long Bay in northeast Vietnam, a wooden cruise boat was completely consumed by fire this week. Another boat was able to rescue the tourists and crew members in time.

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lundi 2 janvier 2017

The good, the bad and the ugly of Chinese tourists in Vietnam

A record year for visitors from the Chinese mainland is filling municipal coffers, but tensions are emerging as the Vietnamese tourism industry struggles to keep up

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vendredi 30 décembre 2016

Vietnam must improve tourism skills

Vietnam tourism authorities say the country’s tourism industry needs to urgently improve training and educational facilities for the hospitality and travel sectors.

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vendredi 23 décembre 2016

Vietnam’s foreign tourist numbers reach record highs

International arrivals to Vietnam will surpass a record-breaking 10 million on December 25, an impressive surge from 2015, the country’s tourism watchdog announced on Thursday.

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dimanche 11 décembre 2016

Hanoi curtails street performers

Hanoi authorities may ban street artists from performing in pedestrian areas and walkways around the capital’s iconic Ho Guom (Sword Lake).

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samedi 3 décembre 2016

Vietnam’s foreign arrivals set to reach record 10 million in 2016

Vietnam is on track to receive the highest number of international tourists in history this year, with the current figure drawing near to the 10 million landmark, the country’s tourism watchdog has said.

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mercredi 30 novembre 2016

Vietnam readies for e-visas

Vietnam’s National Assembly has recently approved a resolution on a pilot project that will offer electronic visas for foreigners starting from 1 February next year.

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lundi 15 août 2016

Hanoi looks to abandon midnight curfew

Hanoi is taking steps toward extending the mandatory closing time for service-oriented business, such as bars and nightclubs, past midnight, a move intended to appease Western visitors and stimulate the capital’s languid tourism sector.

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mercredi 10 août 2016

Visa exemption brings more Europeans to Vietnam

Vietnam saw a big leap in tourist arrivals from Italy, Spain, the UK, Germany and France in the first seven months of this year as its visa waiver for these five Western European markets continued to pay off.

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