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News for keyword : Ho Chi Minh City
Google helps boost digital skills of workers in tourism sector

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism has been working in collaboration with Google to arrange training courses on July 9 that provide digital and marketing skills for state management officials and businesses that operate in the tourism sector.

Existing for half a century, the traditional Cambodian market in Ho Chi Minh City has long attracted visitors with its authentic fare.
The Vietnam-France Friendship Association in Ho Chi Minh City and the city’s Youth Cultural House co-organised a music festival on June 19 night to mark the 50th anniversary of the Francophonie.
Ho Chi Minh City’s Tourism Department and Tourism Association announced the launch of a tourism stimulus programme on June 9 with appealing cut-price deals to attract domestic travellers.
Three new waterway routes will be launched in Ho Chi Minh City in the second and third quarters of this year, departing from Bach Bach Wharf in District 1 to District 9 and 7 as well as Binh Quoi Tourist Village, according to the city’s Tourism Department.
Tourist accommodation establishments operating in Ho Chi Minh City will be permitted to receive new arrivals, under the condition that they fully comply with the requirements aimed at preventing the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism.
Ho Chi Minh city has an incredibly diverse urban cultural heritage, accumulated over more than 300 years of development. These heritages have the potential to become main tourism products, playing an important role in the preservation and development of the city’s unique values and culture.
A programme of events will be held at Ho Chi Minh City’s Book Street (Nguyen Van Binh Street, District 1) from March 6 until the end of this month to honour the good values which women have brought to life.
Ho Chi Minh City has launched the 3rd International Unicorn-Lion-Dragon Dance Festival as part of its activities to promote tourism.
The world’s most technologically advanced five-star cruise ship Quantum of the Seas, with 6,750 passengers and crewmembers on board, docked at Phu My port of the southern province of Ba Ria- Vung Tau on January 14.
Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities plan to focus on developing cultural tourism from now until 2030, speakers at a recent workshop held by the city's Department of Culture and Sports and the Institute for Development Studies.

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