Việt Nam has welcomed 1.99 million international visitors in January, a year-over-year increase of 32.8 per cent, according to the General Statistics Office of Việt Nam.
The music and art festival recently concluded its fourth edition on Phú Quốc Island in Kiên Giang Province.
In 2019, Vietsovpetro put two oil rigs into operation, meeting its target to expand exploitation areas.
The central city has recognised the Hoàng Sa (Paracel) Museum as a new destination on the tourism map just 22 months after the museum was opened to the public.
The HCM City annual Tết (Lunar New Year) Book Fair will open in the downtown from January 22-28 (from December 28 to January 4 on the lunar calendar).
This Lunar New Year, which falls on January 23, 2020, for the first time in 16 years, Vietnamese families will not sit down after eve dinner to watch the most anticipated TV show of the year: Táo Quân.