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Ho Chi Minh City aims to become top tourist destination

Ho Chi Minh City is gradually raising the bar for the tourism industry in the post-pandemic period. The city aims to become an attractive tourist destination by offering best services and interesting products aimed to draw millions of visitors. 
Ho Chi Minh City enjoys tourism boom

Ho Chi Minh City enjoys tourism boom

Entertainment and tourist attractions in Ho Chi Minh City are welcoming a large number of visitors. More and more local visitors and holiday-makers from other localities have been flocking to Ho Chi Minh City making a toursim boom in arrivals for the city.
The National Assembly delegation of HCMC are having meetings with the elderly in the city. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC voters propose land law adjustment

The National Assembly delegation of Ho Chi Minh City yesterday had several meetings with elderly voters in different districts before the 3rd session of the 15th National Assembly. Many practical opinions and proposals were raised in hope of timely addressing existing inadequacy in the city.

The parallel route to Vo Van Kiet Boulevard is open to the public after one year of construction. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC bustling with life after introduction of new traffic facilities

Ho Chi Minh City has completed various important traffic construction projects on time to celebrate the historic day of April 30. These works are expected to create smoother traffic flow inside HCMC as well as between the city and neighboring provinces, contributing to the sustainable development.

Boats on the Sai Gon River

HCMC’s inland waterway system sees lack of adequate infrastructure

HCMC’s inland waterway system has a length of 975 kilometers with a river network density of 0.181 km/1,000 people and 0.465km/m2, reaching nearly 73 percent of the Mekong Delta region’s river network density. The city is considering investing and exploiting its inland waterway potential in order to develop transportation effectively.
HCMC tourists are taking pictures of children in Lung Cam Cultural Tourism Village in Ha Giang Province. (Photo: SGGP)

Attractive Tet tours ready to serve holidaymakers

The number of people all over the nation booking tours for their Tet Holiday until yesterday reached 80 percent, which shows a very positive signal for the recovery of the tourism industry in Vietnam. Certain renowned tourist destinations like Phu Quoc Island, Da Lat City, Nha Trang City are witnessing hotels serving tourists at their full capacity.

Rhythm of life in HCMC returns to normal

Rhythm of life in HCMC returns to normal

In the early days of 2022, people in Ho Chi Minh City flocked to commercial centers and tourist and entertainment destinations to welcome the new year and take photos. Most people have gradually safely adapted to the new normal without relaxing principles of epidemic prevention.

Vietnam sees increase of international holiday-makers

Vietnam sees increase of international holiday-makers

After one month pilot reopening to international visitors to seek to revive its ailing tourism sector, Vietnam has seen an increase of 14.2 percent of holiday-makers from all countries in the world flocking to the Southeast Asian country in December 2021.