Tigerair Taiwan, a low-cost Taiwanese air carrier, landed its first flight to Vietnam on Saturday when a plane carrying 170 passengers from Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei City, Taiwan touched down at Da Nang International Airport. Chen Han Ming, president of Tigerair Taiwan, said Vietnam will be a key market Read more…
On the morning of September 9, 2022 Phu Quoc International Airport welcomed the first direct flight between Phu Quoc and India.
For holidaymakers who are planning to go South-East Asia beach destination hopping, this is definitely a delighting news.
Vietnam officially drops the COVID-19 test requirement for foreign arrivals starting from 00:00am May 15 as the pandemic has been brought under control, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has directed. In a document issued Friday, the Prime Minister requested the Ministry of Health to closely follow the coronavirus situation and Read more…
Vietnam Ministry of Health has officially issued the long-awaited COVID-19 protocols for foreign arrivals in Vietnam. The regulations state that visitors with negative COVID tests can enjoy quarantine-free travel from day one.
Vietnam government on Tuesday (15 Mar 2022) agreed to resume its unilateral visa exemption policy for citizens from 13 countries as Vietnam seeks to reopen inbound tourism after nearly two years of border closure.
No more tour package registration or 7 day quarantine or other strict rules, international tourist to Vietnam will be welcomed widely from 15 March.
Vietnam will no longer limit the frequency of regular international flights from 15 February and air passengers shall not be required to take rapid COVID-19 test before boarding and after landing in Viet Nam.
Vietnam must be prepared to safely reopen tourism, ideally at the end of March and no later than the end of April, Prime Minister.
Immigration regulations – Passengers departing or connecting from 17 cities in 1 countries: Beijing, Guangzhou (China), Tokyo (Japan), Seoul (Korea), Taipei (Taiwan – China), Bangkok (Thailand), Singapore, Vientiane (Laos), Phnom Penh (Cambodia), San Francisco/Los Angeles (USA), Melbourne/Sydney (Australia), Frankfurt (Germany), London (United Kingdom), Paris (France), Moscow (Russia) (the list continues to Read more…