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Vietnam tourism launches sustainable travel showcase online

Foreign travellers dreaming of their next vacation in Vietnam can now find the country’s best sustainable tourism options in one online destination.

- In 2018, Vietnam tourism continued its sustainable growth in inbound and domestic visitors and tourism receipts.
- On May 20, 2014, an American tourist, Mr. Gregory K Faulk sent a letter to Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan – General Director of Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism, praising the hospitality of Viet Nam Tourism. Mr. Gregory K Faulk, who spent 2 weeks in Viet Nam with his friend, was very impressed with the wonderful job VNAT ...
On February 17, in a head-office of the MOCST, Deputy Minister Ho Anh Tuan had greeted Dr.Kambiz Ghawami, a president of Organization for supporting for World University of the Federation Republic of Germany, a member of the Council of Vietnam-Germany University and Representative for the Hessen (the Federal Republic of Germany).
- According to the General Statistics Office, Vietnam attracted 6,118,969 international arrivals in the past ten months, up 10.4% in comparison with the same period last year; 628,695 international arrivals in October 2013, increasing by 2.3% over Sep. 2013 and by 15.1% over Oct. 2012.
On 20 April in Ha Noi, General Director of the Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) Nguyen Van Tuan had a meeting with Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Mr. Taleb Rifai.
It is expected that the development strategy for Vietnam Tourism to 2020, vision 2030, which has been approved by the Prime Minister, could actively foster the management and development of the sector.
Those who have a liking for photography often indulge themselves with journeys to create their own collections. This type of traveling is called “photo tours,” and some Vietnam-based travel firms have recently arranged such tours to meet tourists’ demands.
A workshop themed “Vietnam- Timeless Charm” was held on Mar. 17 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to present Vietnam ’s tourism potential as well as promote its attractive destinations.
According to General Stastistics Office (GSO), the number of international arrivals to Vietnam in February 2012 was estimated 681,849, increasing by 8.2% in comparison with January 2012 and 29.4% over the same period of 2011.
Vietnam is forecast to grow in popularity as a destination for British tourists this year, according to the Holiday Money Report 2011, recently issued by the Post Office, the UK's largest foreign currency provider.

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