Viet Nam to promote tourism in France, Japan (16:33 08/09/2017)


HNP - Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism will take part in International French Travel Market - Top Resa from September 26-29 and JATA Tourism Expo Japan 2017 from September 21-24.



In International French Travel Market - Top Resa, the Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism will introduce 2018 National Tourism Year – Ha Long, Quang Ninh and special tourist products to the French tourist and travel businesses.

Ha Noi Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion Center (HITTPC), Ha Noi Department of Tourism will jointly prepare a booth to promote the image of Ha Noi themed “Ha Noi – A Friendly and Attractive Destination”. Additionally, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism will collaborate with Vietnamese Embassy in France, Viet Nam Cultural Center in France, Viet Nam’s national carrier Viet Nam Airlines and the organizing board of the fair to promote the tourist destinations of Ha Noi, Viet Nam to the travel companies and the media of France.

The fair is a golden chance for travel businesses of Viet Nam and international friends to meet, exchange, and seek cooperation opportunities for tourism development.

* JATA Tourism Expo Japan 2017 - one of the largest travel events in the world will take place at Tokyo International Exhibition Center (Tokyo Big Sight).

The booth of Viet Nam will introduce the typical tourism products and services of Ha Noi and other localities, such as Ninh Binh, Ha Long, Da Nang, Quang Nam, Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta.

In 2016, Viet Nam received 740,592 Japanese visitors, up 10.3 percent against 2015. In the first eight months of 2017, Viet Nam received 518,028 Japanese visitors, up 7.4 percent over the same period in 2016.


By Le Anh


(Source: hanoitourism.gov.vn)

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