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19 September 2011 :: 12:09:51 pm 58414

Vietnam to launch a series of campaigns to promote inbound tourism

VIETNAM-The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) is planning to run a lot of tourism promotion campaigns in the time to come, in order to attract more tourists from familiar markets, and seek more new markets.
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VNAT has announced that it will run two programs on popularizing Vietnam tourism images, introducing Vietnam as a good destination and meeting partners in China, the biggest market for Vietnam’s tourism, in the coming September and October.

VNAT plans to attend the Gui Lin international tourism trade fair in China on September 16-18. The trade fair is expected to gather 800 tourism agencies and travel firms from 50 countries and territories and 16 Chinese provinces.

After that, Vietnamese travel firms will also be present in Hu Nan, Jiang Xi and Fu Jian on October 16-22, to run the road show to introduce Vietnam’s tourism, and to meet Chinese agencies and travel firms.

China remains the biggest source market for Vietnam’s tourism, with the number of Chinese travelers accounting for nearly ¼ of the total foreign tourists arriving in Vietnam in the first seven months of 2011.

Not only trying to attract more tourists from loyal clients, Vietnamese travel firms have also been hurrying to seek new markets.

Vietnam has, for the first time, added India into the list of the potential markets, which means that India has become the market to be targeted by Vietnamese firms which will run marketing campaigns and design specific tourism products to attract more tourists.

Hoang Thi Diep, Deputy General Director of VNAT, said that VNAT would conduct a survey trip to India and discuss the measures to develop the market.

“This is really a big market with great potentials and now is the right time for Vietnamese travel firms to seek the way to approach the market,” Diep said.

All tourists, not only in China and India, come to Vietnam are enable to make visa on arrival to avoid the lengthening visa procedures with their local Vietnam’s Embassies. That is one of campaigns of Vietnam Government to boost tourism development. In order to know in more detail about this policy, tourists can see the website http://www.vietnamvisaonline.net/.

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Source: Viet Travel Service

Category : Tourism News

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