The local authorities of Ha Noi have decided to relax restrictions and resume socio-economic activities while ensuring precautious measures to reduce the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus.
Hanoi has halted the 2019-2024 tourism promotion package worth 4 million USD with the US Cable News Network (CNN) due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hanoi city authorities have had the vision to combine agricultural and traditional craft villages with tourism development, which has produced encouraging results. This has proven to be a new direction for the capital city’s agricultural sector, helping to raise production value and increase the income of people in rural areas.
For guests who have not declared their health status at immigration checkpoints, hotel staff should assist them to declare on the website or via application on mobile phone.
During the last days of February, while strolling around the streets in Hanoi, such as Thanh Nien, Chu Van An and Dien Bien Phu streets, visitors are bound to be captivated by the beauty of Dalbergia tonkinensis flowers.
With the aim of creating a new taste for the traditional dish “banh cuon Thanh Tri” (Thanh Tri steamed roll rice pancakes) as well as to help farmers consume dragon fruits, the owner of a famous “banh cuon” restaurant at 26B Tho Xuong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, made special steamed roll rice pancakes from red dragon fruit.
The capital city of Hanoi welcomed more than 1.3 million tourists in February, including roughly 362,000 foreigners, announced the municipal Department of Tourism on February 24.
According to statistics from the Hanoi Department of Tourism, the number of visitors to Hanoi has reached 50-70% of the time before the outbreak of Covid-19 with a sharp increase of tourists from Europe.
To meet the rising demand for air travel between Vietnam and India as well as across the region, budget carrier Vietjet has opened three new direct routes connecting Vietnam’s three largest hubs – Danang, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City – with two of India’s largest economic, political, and cultural centres of New Delhi and Mumbai.