Developing community-based tourism in association with indigenous culture has received due attention from various localities across Vietnam, as it has proved effective in attracting both domestic and foreign tourists.
Foreign arrivals to Vietnam were estimated to have hit 7.83 million in the first eight months of 2023, surging 5.4-fold compared to the same period last year but still only 69.2% of the figure in the first seven months of 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Theaureview.com – a leading independent music and arts publication in Australia - has run a writing titled “Vietnam: A land of beauty and welcome surprises”, emphasing Vietnam is a popular tourist destination known for its stunning landscapes, historic sites, and cultural attractions.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has launched a project to promote the advantages of night products and services to help bolster the brand name to attract more visitors to the country, increase their spending, and extend their stay.
The number of Lao tourist arrivals to Vietnam soared in the first half of the year, with a growth rate of 117%, which is the third-highest rate among nations having visitors to Vietnam, following Cambodia (338%) and India (236%).
Germany's website dw.com has published an article describing Vietnam as one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia for its diverse landscapes, beaches, mountainous rice terraces and bustling cities.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) on June 22 introduced its account on Viber platform as a new channel for holidaymakers to access official information and recommendations about the country's tourism.