Vietnam welcomes 13 million international arrivals in 2017

Ha Noi will strive to attract nearly 21.2 million tourists in 2016, up 6.7% against 2015, with 3.8 million international arrivals, up 12% year on year, and 17.4 million domestic visitors, up 5.9%.   The city is expected to earn over VND60 trillion (US$2.7 billion) from tourism this year, registering an 8.1% increase compared to last year.   In order to achieve the envisaged goals, Ha Noi will focus on building planning and investing in developing tourism products, while calling on strategic investors to be involved in developing tourism in the West Lake and Red River areas in preparation for…... [read more]

(TITC) - International arrivals to Vietnam in Sep. 2013 estimated 614,827 arrivals, increasing by 28.9% over the same period last year. Total international arrivals in the first nine months of 2013 reached 5,490,274 representing a 9.9% growth over the same period last year, achieving 76.25% of the target of receiving 7.2 million international arrivals in 2013. In September, international arrivals to Viet Nam by air reached 458,190, increasing by 22.3% over Sep. 2012; by sea: 18,578 (down 19.7%); by road: 138,059 (up 74.2%). By purposes of trips, the number of tourist arrivals for leisure was 376,981, up 30.2%; those for…... [read more]

(TITC) – On January 4, in Ha Noi, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) organized a conference to carry out action plan in 2013. The event had the presence of Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MoCST) Hoang Tuan Anh, Deputy Minister of MoCST Ho Anh Tuan, leaders of VNAT and VNAT’s departments.   In the context of economic recession in the world, in 2012, Viet Nam served 6.847 million international arrivals (increasing 9.5 % over 2011) and 32.5 million domestic tourist trippers (up 8%), gained revenue of 160,000 billion VND (up 23%). Da Nang City, Binh Thuan and…... [read more]

According to travel firms and tourism promotion agencies, the market will continue growing in the coming time as Vietnam is more attractive to Koreans, especially young people. Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and Hanoi are the most popular tourist attractions for such guests.According to Le Thi Thu Trang, marketing director of the Korea Tourism Organization in Vietnam, more South Korean tourists have decided to visit Vietnam instead of Thailand in their honeymoon trips.Eight air carriers are operating flights between the two countries, and some of them have plans to increase flight frequencies and launch new services. Jeju Air, for…... [read more]

Vietnam welcomes over 10 million foreign visitorsDao Loan HCMC – Vietnam has this year welcomed more than 10.47 million international tourists, a year-on-year rise of 28.1%, according to data by the General Statistics Office of Vietnam. In October alone, the country welcomed more than 1.02 million foreign visitors, growing nearly 24.7% over the year-ago period. Visitors from Asian countries registered the strongest growth of 29.4%. China, South Korea and Russia remained three leading source markets for Vietnam’s tourism sector as the country has seen 3.2 million Chinese, 1.9 million Koreans and 457,000 Russians coming, rising 45.6%, 53.9% and 38.3% year-on-year…... [read more]

Cat Ba island in northern port city of Hai Phong (Source: VNA)Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam’s tourismsector is likely to fulfill the target set by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phucof welcoming 13 million international visitors in 2017.Vietnam served more than 8.47 million foreigntourists in the first eight months of this year and grossed 335.8 trillion VND(14.7 billion USD) in revenue, year-on-year increases of 29.7 percent and 26.7percent, respectively.Director of the Vietnam National Administrationof Tourism Nguyen Van Tuan said while the number of international visitors toother countries in July and August declined such as the Republic of Korea (down40 percent), Thailand (down…... [read more]

According to the General Department of Tourism, Vietnam’s tourism sector is expected to receive about 4.3 million international arrivals this year, finishing the target for the whole year. Although there is a decrease in the number of Chinese arrivals, the number of tourists from other countries and territories with higher spending capacity has sharply increased, bringing higher revenues for the tourism sector. Vietnam is becoming an attractive tourism destination for international tourists, according to the General Department of Tourism. In the first eleven months this year, Vietnam received four million international arrivals. On December 6, the ceremony to welcome the four millionth…... [read more]

Vietnam’s tourism sector is likely to fulfill the target set by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc of welcoming 13 million international visitors in 2017. Cat Ba island in northern port city of Hai Phong  Vietnam served more than 8.47 million foreign tourists in the first eight months of this year and grossed 335.8 trillion VND (14.7 billion USD) in revenue, year-on-year increases of 29.7 percent and 26.7 percent, respectively. Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism Nguyen Van Tuan said while the number of international visitors to other countries in July and August declined such as the Republic of…... [read more]

Vietnam, the sun warm Southeastern Asian nation, received more than 2.46 million international arrivals in the first seven months of 2007, up 16.2 per cent from 2006, according to General Statistics Office (GSO). The rise was attributed to the government’s recent major policies to help the tourism sector. The organizations of many large festivals, international exhibitions and fairs in the country and abroad also helped attract visitors and promote the country’s image. According to the GSO, the number of holidaymakers from Japan, South Korea, the US, Australia and Canada were stable in the last seven months while there were fewer visitors from…... [read more]

Vietnam recorded nearly 4.2 million foreign arrivals in the firstseven months of this year, up 5.9 percent from the same period lastyear.    Tourists at the Hue ancient imperal capital city. The figure included 658,000 arrivals inJuly, which represented a year-on-year increase of 28.5 percent,according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism. Major tourist markets including China, the Republic of Korea,Japan, Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, Russia, and the UK allsaw rises in the number of their visitors to Vietnam. The rise in foreign arrivals in the past seven months sent out upbeatsigns for the tourism sector to meet its set target…... [read more]




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