The Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia held a workshop on September 3 to promote Vietnam’s tourism. Nearly 100 Indonesian businesses participated in the event.
Ambassador Pham Vinh Quang said Vietnam is one of the most dynamic countries in Asia-Pacific with economic growth of 7 percent in 2018.
With political stability and dynamic economy, Vietnam has become a spotlight in Asia and the globe, he said.
At the event.
With a population of over 90 million, the country is also an ideal destination for major groups and businesses in the world to seek investment opportunities, he added.
In 2018, Vietnam’s tourism raked in 26.75 billion USD in revenues and attracted over 15.6 million foreign visitors, which is expected to increase to 20 million by 2020.
Representatives from the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines introduced promotion programmes for tourists and its new air route from Ho Chi Minh City to Bali.
Vietnamese travel agencies support Malaysian visitors.
Vietnamese travel companies also provided information on popular destinations in Vietnam such as Da Nang, Ha Long Bay, Nha Trang, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, and Dong Van plateau.
Riverway tourism enables amazing experience for visitors to An Giang
Observing sunrise on Hau river, taking a boat along Long Xuyen floating market to witness the bustling trading of goods there and enjoy a bowl of noodles right on the boat, visiting Ong Ho islet, and exploring the daily life of Cham ethnic people in Chau Phong village are among the alluring experiences that riverway tourism can provide visitors to the Mekong Delta province of An Giang.
Vietnam, India bolster tourism cooperation
Vietnam and India hold huge potential to enhance tourism cooperation as they have long-standing relations and share similarities in cultural values, particularly direct flights between the two nations will serve as momentum for people-to-people exchange and bilateral trade and investment, said Vietnamese Ambassador to India Pham Sanh Chau.
Culture-tourism village to host activities marking National Day
A wide range of activities will take place at the Culture-Tourism Village for Vietnamese Ethnic Groups in Hanoi’s outskirts from August 30 to September 30 to celebrate the 74th anniversary of National Day (September 2), according to the village’s management board.