•  Vietnam Tour after Covid-19 crisis, why not?
     
    Travel will continue after the Covid-19 outbreak. The industry will return sooner than you think, and with some great deals. “Gorgeous” beaches and “insanely good food” make Vietnam a great post Covid-19 destination, says New York-based travel magazine Travel + Leisure. All...
  • Temple of Literature in Hanoi to reopen from May 14
     
    Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) will reopen to visitors at 8 am on May 14, following the temporary closure due to the Covid-19 epidemic. According to Director of Centre for Scientific and Cultural Activities of the Temple of Literature Le Xuan Kieu, a body temperature meter...
  • Hoa Lo Prison offers gifts and fresh experience to visitors on reopening day in Hanoi city
     
    Hoa Lo Prison Relic Site in Hanoi is offering gifts to the first 500 tourists upon reopening on May 14, after being closed under social distancing rules for COVID-19 prevention and control. Visitors to the site are invited to experience an automatic audio guide with 35 touching stories about...
  • Hanoi airport ranks among world’s 100 best for fifth consecutive year
     
    Noi Bai International Airport has made the world’s top 100 airport listing for the fifth year but still lags far behind other Southeast Asian airports. The airport in Hanoi has slipped one place from last year to 87th in the annual ranking released Tuesday by Skytrax, a UK-based...
  • Hanoi attractions reopen with restrictions
     
    Many historical relics in Hanoi will reopen Thursday after remaining closed for more than a month to contain the coronavirus. The Temple of Literature, Ngoc Son Temple, Hoa Lo Prison and other historic sites are among the attractions that will welcome tourists back, while still...
  • Vietnam village offers best post-pandemic experience
     
    South China Morning Post named Cat Cat Village in Lao Cai Province among the best destinations to visit following the Covid-19 crisis. It’s a 30-minute downhill walk from the former French hill station of Sa Pa – cool off in the river en route and admire the giant bamboo water...
  • Hanoi pedestrian zone returns to its bustling ways
     
    Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem Lake area reopened Friday night after a prolonged Covid-19 provoked closure to an immediate resumption of its energetic buzz. Friday night saw thousands of Hanoians return to the pedestrian zone around the capitals iconic Hoan Kiem (Sword) Lake, although most of...
  • Vietnamese Tourists preparing for post Covid-19 travel
     
    Nearly 86 percent of survey respondents said they were making travel plans for this year as the Covid-19 pandemic situation improves. Of these, 54.1 percent planned to visit popular tourist destinations this summer while 31.9 percent said they would travel at a different time this year and 14.1...
  • Vietnam is world’s seventh fastest growing travel places for 2019
     
    Vietnam has jumped three places from last year to seventh in the list of worlds fastest growing travel destinations, according to a UN report. The country is in the midst of a tourism boom, and its visitor numbers last year rose at one of the fastest rates in the world - 16.2 percent to 18...
  • 145 hotels in Vietnam register to serve as quarantine camps for 2020
     
    At least 145 two to five star hotels have signed up to become quarantine areas for suspected Covid-19 patients as of Sunday. Data from the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism shows that these hotels are mainly in major cities like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang and localities such as...

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