Many tourism promotion trips to foreign countries made in 2010 and careful preparations for Vietnam’s national tourism year in 2011 are aimed at not only attracting more tourists next year but also improving the country’s tourism quality
Two Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta localities and a Central Highland province are discussing the possibility of a co-operative tourism programme that will allow them to offer better quality tourism products at reasonable prices.
International travel journalists and tourism experts have voted the 109-year-old Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi in the top four urban hotels in the world in the Fifth Annual Hotel and Resort Survey of Cigar Aficionado.
A seminar which aimed to promote Vietnam’s tourism potential was held in Casablanca city, Morocco in early November, attracting representatives of travel agents, tourism service suppliers and aviation companies.
The Republic of Korea’s “Memory of love – Orpheo” opera, will go on stage for the first time in Vietnam at 7h30 pm on November 11, 2010 at the Au Co Performing Arts Center, 8 Huynh Thuc Khang, Hanoi, said the RoK’s Cultural Centre in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s national tourism agency has started a program to improve the quality of tourism services in the central region in an effort to attract regional travelers, especially those from Thailand, an official said.
A press conference to introduce the international tour program of conquering Fansipan Mountain and planting flag of "Thang Long - Hanoi 1000 years old" on Fansipan Peak 2010 had been held on the morning of October 22nd, 2010 at the head office of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in Ha Noi.
Organizers of the World Travel Awards have named four hotel and spa properties in Vietnam in the list of Asian winners for the prestigious industry accolade in 2010 based on the votes cast by travel professionals and consumers worldwide.
More than 50 photos on the northern midland province of Thai Nguyen taken by photo journalists of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) are on display at an exhibition which opened on October 18 in Thai Nguyen city.
Over 300 artifacts from Central Highland ethnic groups belonging to collector Nguyen Van Hai are on display at a museum in Can Tho city from October 14-17. The exhibition features the unique cultural characteristics of ethnic groups from the Central Highlands as it spotlights hunting tools, living utensils, musical instruments and traditional costumes.