Vietnam likely to waive visas for UK, France, Australia and more

The Vietnamese government has green-lighted several proposals, including waiving visas for more nations, to revive the country’s troubled tourist industry. The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism...

3 Hanoi summer fruits along the streets – Summer Milkshake #3

Coming to Vietnam, an agricultural producing country, means that you will have a chance to taste plenty of fruits. And if you are coming to Hanoi, congratulations, you will soon be in the heart...

Announcement: Lunar New Year Schedule 2016

Tet Holiday or Vietnamese Lunar New Year is around the corner and we would like to keep you informed of our club’s schedule of Tet holiday as follows: We will not provide tours from February...

Hanoi Street Food

In 2012, Ha Noi was chosen one of 10 cities with the most delicious food in Asia by CNNGo. Hanoi offers a wide selection of cuisines but many tourists say that they only find the best at sidewalk stalls.

Street food is a feature of Vietnam in general, and Hanoi in particular. Walking on crowded streets, you can easily see the locals sitting on the pavements enjoying street food.

Souvenirs in Hanoi

Souvenirs is one of the things that bother many of us on our vacation. Our family needs something special, something typical of the local for our colleagues and neighbors,...

Bird’s eye view of the capital

By using the modern flycam technology, the architects of a group from Ashui.com has brought to the community a special gift on Hanoi’s 60th liberation anniversary.

That is a project called “Hanoi – View from the air” which aims to bring a fresh look of Hanoi and send a message of love and responsibility for Hanoi to the public.

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A 10-minute video clip made by the members of the "Hanoi Fly" project has filmed the famous places in the capital.

Vietnam launches hotline to handle questions, complaints from tourists

Tourists who are lost in Vietnam or frustrated with a poor service can now call a new travel hotline operated by state-owned telecom giant VNPT.
The service, at (08) 1087, was launched on Wednesday, according to a post on the government website.
Tourists calling to the number will receive information of popular destinations, traditions and ongoing events across the country. They will also be connected to travel agents if they want to book tickets for a tour or program.

Tour support

Head of Tour Operation Department
Nguyen Ngoc Ha
Phone: 0983278272

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Deputy head of Tour Operation Department
Nguyen Thu Nhan
Phone: 01647611142