Fri, 10/30/2020 15:37:41
News for keyword : Covid-19

The central city of Da Nang, in coordination with the Vietnamese Trade Office in Singapore, has held an online seminar to introduce potential for tourism development and tourist products of the city to the Singaporean market.

A tourism campaign with the theme of “Da Nang Miss You” has been launched in an effort to attract more tourists as the central city fights to move past the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) period.
A tourism campaign with the theme of “Da Nang Miss You” has been launched in an effort to attract more tourists as the central city fights to move past the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) period.
A collection of 120 paintings and photos on the fights against COVID-19 will be displayed at an exhibition at the Fine Arts Museum in the central city of Da Nang on October 19-25.
Visitors’ concerns and worries about the safety of Vietnam as a destination amidst the COVID-19 pandemic can be swept away thanks to an application which will be launched on October 10 by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been seriously affecting the economy in general and the tourism industry in particular, while reflecting that traditional management and business methods are not adequate in coping with the disease, requiring immediate digital transformation to enable enterprises and management agencies to improve capacity and business efficiency to maintain operations and develop.
The Department of Tourism of Da Nang, in cooperation with Vietnam Airlines, will host the first tourists to visit the central city after the resurgence of COVID-19 in late July.
The Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA) in conjunction with the Vietnam E-Commerce Association (VECOM) on September 30 organised an online forum on digital transformation to promote Vietnam's tourism development in the context of global COVID-19 outbreak.
The traditional festival in An Sinh Temple in the north eastern province of Quang Ninh will be cancelled in a bid to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnam Airlines has carried nearly 40,000 passengers on domestic routes since the beginning of 2020, an annual increase of 12%, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sun World Ba Na Hills, one of the top tourist attractions in the central city of Da Nang, has reopened to the public after the city has recorded no new COVID-19 cases for weeks.

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