Tourist arrivals continue to rise in 2017
Việt Nam continued to receive large groups of international travellers in February, reaching a record high of 1.2 million foreign arrivals, a 42.2 per cent increase compared with last year and 20 per cent increase from January 2017.
Covering 4,000sq.m in a new residential area in HCM City’s District 2, Snow Town is becoming a popular venue for a different kind of entertainment.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism has issued a code of conduct for both local and foreign tourists that includes 20 points of etiquette.
HCM City plans to hold monthly events in the city centre in an aim to attract more tourists.
CNN has included the Côn Đảo Islands chain, located off Vũng Tàu City and 230km from HCM City, on a list of crowd-free Asian getaways.
A high-end train service between HCM City and Phan Thiết City in Bình Thuận Province will begin operation on March 20.
The central province of Bình Định plans to boost tourism in the northern region.
Signs in both Vietnamese and Khmer can be seen at shops at the Tản Đà - Mạc Thiên Tích street corner behind HCM City Medical University Hospital in District 5.
A 160-passenger ship which can travel at up to 40kms an hour will begin operating from Phú Quốc Island to Thổ Châu Island in Kiên Giang Province.