Tourists take double-decker bus tour to explore the city's sights.

HCMC to promote tourism in international markets

A dialogue on promoting HCMC’s tourism industry between the city’s leaders and foreign cultural and press officers and reporters residing in Vietnam was held on December 3.
Tourists visit Can Gio in October. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC ready to welcome back international travelers safely

The reopening to vaccinated international travelers is an inevitable trend to recover the tourism industry step by step, Director of the HCMC Department of Tourism Nguyen Thi Anh Hoa said in a recent survey on building new tours to attract visitor to the city.
Chairman of the City People’s Committee Phan Van Mai speaks at the honoring ceremony. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC is regaining vitality after Covid-19 pandemic: City Chairman

Thanks to orientation of the Government and the municipal authorities along with the support of localities across the country, HCMC is regaining vitality after Covid-19 pandemic wane, said Chairman of the City People’s Committee Phan Van Mai at a ceremony honoring supporting delegations coming from provinces and cities nationwide to assist HCMC to control and repel the Covid-19 epidemic that was held on October 6.
HCMC decides to extend Covid-19 restrictions until end of September

HCMC decides to extend Covid-19 restrictions until end of September

Chairman of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City Phan Van Mai said that the city has not yet achieved the goal of Resolution 86 set by the Government, which is to control the epidemic by September 15 and some criteria set by the Ministry of Health; therefore, the city leaders decided to continue social distancing according to Directive 16 until the end of September to ensure the city's sustainable epidemic prevention and control results and gradual recovery of socio-economic activities.
People wear masks in the Philippines to guard against COVID-19 (Source: Xinhua/VNA)

Philippines extends partial lockdown in capital

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has extended partial lockdown in the capital until the end of March, as the country awaits the arrival of COVID-19 vaccines.