VNAT welcomes famtrip delegation from USA and Canada

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VNAT welcomes famtrip delegation from USA and Canada

On late September 27, in Ha Noi, Deputy Director General of Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), Mr. Ngo Hoai Chung had a meeting with famtrip delegation including tourism enterprises and media agencies from USA and Canada.
At the meeting, Deputy Director General Ngo Hoai Chung warmly welcomed all members of the delegation to visit Viet Nam and congratulated them on the occasion of World Tourism Day 2016 with meaningful theme “Tourism for All”.
He informed that tourism development has become a key priority of the Vietnamese Government. Many important policies have been released to remove barriers, improve business environment and facilitate tourism enterprises and travellers.
As a result, Viet Nam tourism sector has significantly developed in recent years. In the 9 first months of 2016, Viet Nam received nearly 7.3 million international arrivals, rising 25.7% over the same period last year; total tourism receipt reached VND 297,161 billion, up 20.2%.
Deputy Director General Ngo Hoai Chung hoped that the famtrip would effectively contribute to boosting tourism development cooperation and tourist exchange between the both sides and help to promote Viet Nam tourism on international media. He also wished the delegates to come back Viet Nam soon to experience more beautiful landscapes, unique culture and delicious cuisines in different regions of Viet Nam.
From September 26-30, the famtrip delegation will visit some outstanding tourist destinations of Viet Nam namely Cat Cat Village, Lao Chai – Ta Van Village in Sa Pa (Lao Cai); Thien Duong Cave, Toi (Dark) Cave (Quang Binh) and Ha Noi Old Quarter.
Thanh Tam.


Source: VNAT

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