The annual Hanoi Traditional Craft Village Tourism Festival will be held at Quan Ngua Sports Palace from October 9 to 12, in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day.
Quang Nam provincial leaders held a meeting on October 7 reviewing the city's revitalization programme and implementation of road safety projects for pedestrians.
The Ho Chi Minh City 2014 International Travel Expo (ITE HCMC) kicked off on September 11, attracting businesses from 26 provinces in Vietnam and 18 countries and territories around the globe, with over 250 pavilions.
Ho Chi Minh City have been implementing a range of measures to boost tourism, from improving the quality of services and increasing network linkages to offering attractive promotions.
Danang has launched a new advertising campaign touting its new slogan “Danang City – a friendly, safe and hospitable community” aiming to attract more domestic holiday and foreign tourists from traditional markets.
The Vietnam Society of Travel Agents (VISTA) on August 15 introduced a Japanese travel club in southern Vietnam with the aim of increasing the number of tourists travelling between Vietnam and Japan.
Ho Chi Minh City and some other provinces in Vietnam will be joining a programme to showcase their tourism products and services at a major tourism event in Russia next month.
The central city of Da Nang on July 16 welcomed the first flight of a new direct air service from Tokyo (Japan) which is hoped to bring more Japanese tourists to the central region.
Central Quang Nam province held a forum on July 9 seeking ways to improve the tourism sector and identify alternative marketing strategies to attract new global market segments to the province.
The capital city is tailoring its marketing plan, aiming at making a concerted effort to increase Japanese tourism to offset the reduction of Chinese tourists stemming from the East Sea dispute.