It is expected to attract around 6 million visitors to 500 pavilions which display products and services in 14 major fields, including civil aviation, arts, construction, jewelry, restaurants, hotels, trade, industry, information technology, sports and entertainment.
Vietnam has four pavilions with different kinds of tourism products and services as well as attractive tourism sites in the three parts of the country.
Le Trung Dung, a representative from Vietnam Cultural Centre in France, said taking part in the event, Vietnam aims to promote tourism in France in particular and in the EU in general which are its traditional markets.
Vo Anh Tai, Saigontourist Director, described the “four countries-one destination” as one of the most impressive programme for foreign tourists.
Le Dung, head of the Vietnam Airlines representative office in the EU, expressed hope that large number of French and international friends will come to Vietnam and Indochina by air.