Hanoi is introduced as a “feast for the senses” from its picturesque temples and pagodas to vibrant markets.
The first-ever auto racing could take place in Vietnam in the coming months after a long delay due to Covid-19.
The city should promote the role of coordinator to help businesses access information and development policies.
A gold-plated hotel, the first of its kind in the world, has been recently inaugurated in Hanoi with the aim of bringing visitors back to Vietnam where the tourism sector is slowly reopening after the COVID-19 is put under control.
By 2045, when Vietnam becomes a developed country, Hanoi must have developed into one of the political, economic and cultural centres in East Asia, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Hanoi has set itself a target to welcome about 11 million domestic tourists by the end of 2020, according the city’s tourism sector.
Noi Bai International Airport has reported full recovery of domestic flights compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic as travel demand is increasing following stimulus efforts by the Government and airlines.
The Hanoi Gift Show 2020, an international fair for gifts and handicrafts, is scheduled to take place from October 15-18.
A series of activities will include workshops, promotional sales and artistic performances.