Deputy PM chairs meeting to re-energize pandemic-hit tourism industry
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam requested relevant ministries to soon set the schedules for this year’s upcoming public holidays and school summer break to boost domestic travel demand.
Forum discusses solutions for sustainable tourism development
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam chaired a tourism forum in Ha Noi on December 6 to discuss major measures to develop high-quality and sustainable tourism in Viet Nam by…
Viet Nam International Travel Mart 2018 kicks off
(TITC) – On 29 March 2018, the sixth Viet Nam International Travel Mart - VITM Hanoi 2018 officially kicked off in Ha Noi. Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, Head…
Leading tourism enterprises won Viet Nam Tourism Award 2017
(TITC) – In commemoration of the 57th anniversary of Viet Nam's tourism sector (July 9, 1960-2017), on July 08, at the Ha Noi Opera House, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in collaboration with Viet Nam Tourism Association (VITA) held a ceremony to honor the winners of Viet Nam Tourism Award 2017.
Overall planning for Oc Eo-Ba The relic site to be made
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has agreed in principle to allow the People’s Committee of An Giang province to make an overall planning for the Oc Eo-Ba The Special National Relic Site.
Officially opening Visit Viet Nam Year 2016 – Phu Quoc – Mekong Delta
(TITC) - On the evening of 10 April 2016, in Duong Dong Town, Phu Quoc District, Kien Giang Province, the opening ceremony of Visit Viet Nam Year 2016 – Phu Quoc – Mekong Delta with the theme “Exploring the Southern Land”  was held.
Traditional lacquer craft urged to seek UNESCO heritage status
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has just instructed that Viet Nam will join the compilation of a multinational dossier to seek UNESCO’s recognition of the traditional craft of “son mai” (lacquer) as part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage. 
Fourteen special national relic sites recognised
An additional 14 historical, architectural and archaeological relics nationwide have been listed as special national relic sites under the Government’s decision signed by Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam.
Regional connectivity needed to develop tourism
Regional connectivity will allow Central and Central Highland localities to fully tap their tourism potential and create highly-attractive tourism products, said Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at his working session with local officials on July 17.
National Don ca tai tu music festival opens
Six organisations and five individuals who have contributed to preserving and developing the artistic value of UNESCO recognised heritage Don ca tai tu received merit certificates from the Prime Minister at the opening ceremony of the first National Don Ca Tai Tu Festival in Bac Lieu on April 25 night.