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Thai Airways to Resume International Services

Thai Airways to Resume International Services

Thai Airways International will resume full service on 36 foreign routes to destinations in Europe, Asia and Australia, most on 31 Oct 2021, in response to the government’s decision to reopen the kingdom to tourists on 1 Nov 2021. I. Resumed routes to support the Phuket Sandbox reopening 1. Bangkok-Phuket-London and return, from Bangkok on […] Read More
Park Hyatt Phu Quoc Residences

Park Hyatt Phu Quoc Residences

Park Hyatt Phu Quoc is one of the newest luxury resorts in Phu Quoc and it will offer guests an exclusive oasis, a sophisticated home-away-from-home with design inspired by traditional Vietnamese villages. Featuring exceptional, luxurious interiors with exquisite Vietnamese accents, all guestrooms, suites and villas will also offer stunning sea views. 1. Location Park Hyatt […] Read More
Vaccine Passports to Vietnam

Vaccine Passports to Vietnam

Since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, health and travel officials alike have pointed to vaccinations as the route back to unrestricted travel. Now that vaccination rollouts gather pace around the world. Among a number of governments and those in the travel industry, a new term has entered the vocabulary: Vaccine Passport. What is […] Read More
Vietnam proposes resumption of international flights

Vietnam proposes resumption of international flights

On 31 March 2021, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has submitted a plan on the reopening of international flights in 3 stages to the Ministry of Transport. In the first period, only combo flights are operated for Vietnamese citizens. Vietnam’s carriers will work with partners, diplomatic missions and localities regarding quarantine areas. A […] Read More
Vietnam Turning into a new Healthcare Tourism Destination

Vietnam Turning into a new Healthcare Tourism Destination

Vietnam has long been well-known for its stunning natural landscapes, rich history, diverse culture, colonial architecture and hospitable local people. Besides, Vietnam has recently turned into a new healthcare tourism destination thanks to its fast-paced development of the medical and wellness sectors. 1. Facts It can be simply understood that healthcare tourism means foreign travelers […] Read More
Rock Climbing in Lang Son

Rock Climbing in Lang Son

October 24th 2020. Lang Son tourism launching the rock climbing in Huu Lien, Huu Lung district, Lang Son. The new tourism activity will contribute to the diversity of travel products in Lang Son and attract more local tourist to this border province. You may also like: Huu Lien, Lang Son – Weekend Escape   At […] Read More
Kayaking in Trang An

Kayaking in Trang An

Trang An in Ninh Binh is also known as “Halong Bay on land” thanks to its scenic landscapes with numerous limestone karsts and caves. Though it is possible to cycle, drive or even walk around the mountains, most tourists take a Trang An rowing boat to visit the most stunning parts of the site. But […] Read More
Explore the pristine beauty of Na La Cave in Lang Son

Explore the pristine beauty of Na La Cave in Lang Son

Located in Lien Hoi Commune, Van Quan District, Lang Son Province, Na La Cave (Hang Nà Lả) has a lot of stalactites and stalagmites with unique shapes and golden glitter. It is considered as a tourism resource of Van Quan District and discovered by the local people in the area for a long time. However, […] Read More
Moc Chau plateau - a new refreshing retreat

Moc Chau plateau - a new refreshing retreat

Moc Chau plateau in Son La province is becoming popular destination in Vietnam’s northern mountain region. With green vistas, pure fresh air, strawberry gardens, heart-shaped tea hills, alongside Yen waterfall, Moc Chau is a good choice for weekend escape from Hanoi. Moc Chau has much to offer visitors: the majestic Pha Luong peak, the roof […] Read More
British pilot returns home from Vietnam after Covid-19 ordeal

British pilot returns home from Vietnam after Covid-19 ordeal

Stephen Cameron spent 10 weeks on a ventilator and was warned he might need a double lung transplant A British pilot who spent more than two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting Covid-19 is on his way home, astounding doctors who gave him a 10% chance of survival. Stephen Cameron, 42, was the […] Read More