The Việt Nam International Travel Mart (VITM) 2020 had ended with fresh hopes for the recovery and development of the local tourism industry, according to Cao Thị Ngọc Lan, vice president of the Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA).
This year’s event, which has been postponed three times, is taking place at the Việt Xô Friendship Palace at 91 Trần Hưng Đạo Street, Hà Nội between November 18 and 21.
The Vietnam International Travel Mart will be held at the Hanoi International Exhibition Centre on November 18-21 after many delays caused by COVID-19 pandemic.
Instead of standing pat, Hằng and others spent on photographs, videos and social network marketing to change the situation.
A new wave of theme parks, cable car rides and architectural masterpieces have given a new lease of life to many of Vietnam’s leading holiday destinations, which had previously offered little by way of entertainment.
Smart travel is being promoted to improve tourism throughout Việt Nam.
Tourism will become a key economic sector of the northern province of Ninh Bình by 2015, local officials said at a tourism conference held yesterday in HCM City.