Traveling to Vietnam amidst an ongoing pandemic requires not just a passport and a plane ticket. Here’s what you need to prepare.
Inbound travel demand is slowly picking up after Vietnam reopened its borders on March 15. But former tourism workers said it’s too early to be optimistic about the industry’s recovery.
Tuyen Quang Province will host an international hot air balloon festival from March 30 to April to boost an economy heavily crippled by the pandemic.
Vietnam is now getting ready for a long-awaited resumption of international travel.
To enter Vietnam, travelers only need a negative COVID-19 test result, a valid tourist visa, and travel insurance that covers COVID-19.
Don’t know where and how to process a Vietnam e-visa? Read this comprehensive guideline for full requirements, step-by-step process and fee.
Excited to welcome their first foreign guests after a two-year entry ban in Vietnam, the hospitality sector is keeping its pricing competitive to help fast-track inbound tourism recovery.
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