5 April 2015 From 11:30am to 3pm VND 1,288,888++ per person


Absolute Hotel Services Group (AHS) has unveiled plans to launch its first Eastin Grand hotel in Vietnam, with the rebranding of a property in Ho Chi Minh City.


1. Dai Beach (Bãi Dài): This long, long stretch of fine sand beach with turquoise water lapping at the exposed roots of casuarina trees, has for many years been one of my favourite beaches in Vietnam. In the northwest of Phu Quoc Island, Dai Beach has yet to see any development save for a handful of seafood shacks dotted on the grass under the shade of large tropical trees


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Phu Quoc Island is the largest island in Vietnam, and has a total area of 574 square kilometres (222 sq mil). From Mar 2014, Vietnam allows all foreign tourists to visit Phu Quoc visa-free for a period of up to 30 days.


MICE tourism has attracted a large number of visitors to Viet Nam, with many of the country's major cities playing host to a wide range of international events, including Ha Noi, Da Nang and HCM City.


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After 20 years in Australia, the Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship will quickly build a reputation as Asia’s best week of golf for club golfers. Golfers from around the world will be drawn to Vietnam’s Golf Coast for a great value week of golf, fun and entertainment.


(1) Le Meridien Saigon – Opening 1 May 2015 345 modern and sophisticated guest rooms and suites with river views provide an engaging personal space, with an accent on comfort and technology. Sleek contemporary furnishings offer a palette for a restful retreat or serene productivity. Situated beside the Saigon River, close to entertainment and commercial areas.


Figures released by the General Statistics Office (GSO) showed that among 1.85 million foreign tourists traveling to Vietnam in the first six months of 2006, as many as 278,000 visitors travelled in combination with attending seminars or conferences. That is an increase of 26,3 percent over the same period last year.


According to the "Overall plan for Vietnam's tourism development until 2020, with a vision to 2030" approved by the Prime Minister, Vietnam targets to develop seven tourism regions providing diversified tourism products representing the character of each region. Tourism experts believe that Vietnam's tourism outlook by 2020 will be comprehensive and attractive, turning tourism into a key economic sector.