As the planet warms, the tourism industry is becoming increasingly threatened by things like dried-up lakes, mountains without snow, decreasing forests, and oceans without coral.
Vietnam’s tourism industry has made only meager strides in diversifying its products despite years of growth. Many businesses have focused on developing new tourism products to attract visitors, especially since the country resumed tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, more and more
Vietnam saw a robust surge in domestic tourism last year, with over 101 million travelers reported, well above the pre-pandemic annual level. This is a vital impetus for the tourism sector amidst a scarcity of international visitors. However, many businesses have recently expressed concerns over a
Danang’s tourism industry did well in 2019, with 8.6 million visitors, including 3.5 million foreigners, VND30,973 billion in revenue and 35 international flight routes. After three years of an unexpected suspension, the tourism sector of the central coastal city is looking for a second boom.
strong The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism VNAT has launched a campaign named Di De Yeu Discover Vietnam in English via YouTube to boost the need of domestic tourists strong