This year, the awards celebrate hotel winners in nine categories, including Top Hotels Overall, Luxury, Bargain, Small, Best Service, B&Bs and Inns, Romance, Family and All-Inclusive. The hallmarks of Travelers’ Choice hotels winners are remarkable service, value and quality.
Việt Nam’s trade turnover reached US$43 billion in the first month of 2019, the best January performance seen in the last few years, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
The HCM City People’s Committee has urged all its departments and district administrations to ensure this year’s public spending plans are fully fulfilled. Nguyễn Thành Phong, chairman of the People’s Committee, instructed all city authorities to speed up appraisal and approval of projects.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at a meeting with HCMC authorities urged the city to facilitate major infrastructure projects, including projects for renovating Tan Son Nhat International Airport and constructing Metro Line No.1, the local media reported, citing an announcement released on February 25 by the Government Office.
Total trade turnover was estimated at US$ 43 billion in February, the highest level in comparison with the same periods over the past years, the General Department of Viet Nam Customs.
The real estate market experienced a volatile year. The market was quite quiet in the second half of 2018; however, the overall picture of the 2018 market has many investors optimistic for 2019. According to experts, the market will likely encounter hardships in land fund, capital and administrative procedures, but investors will still find ample opportunities.
Vietnamese visa is a kind of travel documents granted by Vietnamese competent authorities, providing permission to travel to and enter Vietnam.
With the changes to the visa policies, the tourism industry hopes to get 17-20 million foreign visitors by 2020 and revenues of $35 billion a year, contributing 10 percent to the country’s GDP compared to 7.5 percent last year.