VNAT President Nguyen Trung Khanh at the meeting (Photo: TITC).
Representative of the new Vietnamese ambassadors at the meeting (Photo: TITC).
Vietnam is safe and reopening to international tourists, the message that the Vietnam National Tourism Administration (VNAT) suggested to Vietnamese ambassadors to disseminate, VNAT chairman Nguyen Trung Khanh said at the November 16 meeting. with the newly appointed heads of Vietnamese representation missions abroad in 2021..
Vietnam is safe and reopening to international tourists, the message Vietnam National Tourism Administration (VNAT) proposed to Vietnamese ambassadors to spread, the president of VNAT Nguyen Trung Khanh said during the November 16 meeting with the newly appointed heads of Vietnamese representation missions abroad in 2021.
President Nguyen Trung Khanh said that for the past two years, tourism to Vietnam has been delayed due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Vietnam still received prestigious awards such as World’s Leading Heritage Destination 2019, 2020; World’s Best Golf Destination 2019, 2021; # 1 destination in Asia 2019, 2021; Asia’s leading sustainable tourism destination 2021; Asia’s premier cultural destination 2019, 2020; Asia’s Leading Culinary Destination 2019, 2020 … In addition, a series of accommodation, travel, aviation and entertainment have also been recognized with the World Travel Awards. These awards affirm the brand and the high competitiveness of Vietnamese tourism.
VNAT is implementing a pilot plan to reopen international tourism with the message “Live fully in Vietnam” in 3 phases from the end of November 2021. VNAT wants the new Vietnamese ambassadors to accompany the negotiations for the recognition of vaccines passports, simplifying visa procedures to facilitate Vietnamese people, exchanging tourism statistics and market information, supporting the organization of training programs, supporting family travel and tourism promotion activities associated with political events – diplomatic – economic.
Today, VNAT is focusing on key markets and potential new markets, namely India, Middle East, developing strong tourism products such as beach tourism, cultural tourism, city tourism, tourism MICE …
Speaking at the meeting, the new Vietnamese ambassadors affirmed that they will accompany with VNAT in the promotion of Vietnamese values among international friends.
In order to improve the promotion, the ambassadors suggested that VNAT provide beautiful images, videos, leaflets and tourism brochures on Vietnam, as well as paying close attention to finding specific market segments with the differences in food, culture and customs in each country.