Pattaya Daily News

07 October 2011 :: 08:10:59 am 58879

With Vietnam entry visa Russians, Malaysians head for Nha Trang

Large numbers of Russian and Malaysian tourists will arrive in Cam Ranh International Airport in Khanh Hoa Province via chartered flights to visit Nha Trang from the year-end to early next year.
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Khanh Hoa Province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism said from next month to March next year, monthly charter flights will bring Russian visitors to the beach city for sightseeing tours.

In November, chartered flights will come from Malacca state of Malaysia to Cam Ranh Bay.

Anh Duong Co. just signed a business cooperation contract with Moscow-based Turkish Pegas Touristik Company, which specializes in organizing international tours for Russians from late October to early May next year.

As planned, there will be a flight carrying around 180 visitors to Cam Ranh daily.

Khanh Hoa took part in two promotion programs in Moscow and St. Petersburg last month. The province expects to welcome more Russian tourists when Vietnam Airlines operates direct flights linking Russia and Cam Ranh.

At present, the carrier plans to operate Moscow-HCMC and Moscow-Nha Trang routes twice to four times a week.

Filling easy and secure online visa application, settling secure online payment by credit card, it is not difficult for tourists to get Vietnam visa to on board. All things can be done just by mouse click. The easier visa procedure is, the more tourists come.
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