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Tourism is now a key economic industry of Vietnam

Published on : Monday, January 21, 2019

Tatiana Rokou, the author of the article “Vietnam Timeless Charm – Inspires Your Soul”, said that tourism is now considered a key economic industry of Vietnam.

The Government of Vietnam has issued an array of important policies covering visa facilitation and improvement of tourism development environment for developing tourism further in the new international context.

The article highlighted that Vietnam is considered one of the most alluring destinations in Southeast Asia with a total of 15.5 million foreign arrivals, or 20 percent increase in 2018.

Vietnam recorded the greatest growth in tourism arrivals from North Asia (nearly 5 million from China – a 23.9 percent increase; 3.5 million from the Republic of Korea – a 30.4 percent increase and 827,000 from Japan – a 3.6 percent increase) as well as from ASEAN and European markets.

Vietnam’s tourism received many international awards during last year, including the Asia Leading Tourism Destination 2018 by World Travel Awards and the Asia’s Best Golf Destination by World Golf Awards.

Tatiana said that Vietnam is a fascinating destination with a wide range of products; not just with unique culture and history, but with incredible cuisine, beaches, adventure products and much more!

More importantly, Vietnam is a country that understands hospitality and has the qualified labour to support the investment.

In Vietman, culture, nature, people’s hospitality are mixed to build up many destinations like Sapa, Ha Long Bay, Hanoi, Trang An (Ninh Binh), Da Nang, Hoi An (Quang Nam), Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Lat, Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc Island and many more.

Travelers can look forward to year-long activities to celebrate Vietnam’s spectacular islands and beaches, as well as its enduring cultural charms.

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