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First-ever Vietnam Travel Fest expects to welcome 40,000 visitors
Tuyet Nhung 17:47, 2019/03/06
The first ever Vietnam Travel Fest aims to create a platform for travel lovers from Vietnam and abroad and meet the increasing travel demand.
The first ever Vietnam Travel Fest 2019, slated to take place in Hanoi from March 15 to 17, is expected to welcome 40,000 visitors.
First-ever Vietnam Travel Fest expects to welcome 40,000 visitors. Photo: congly
First-ever Vietnam Travel Fest expects to welcome 40,000 visitors. Photo: congly
Accordingly, the Vietnam Travel Fest 2019 will offer travel enthusiasts with abundant promotions, a press conference in Hanoi on March 5 revealed.
Covering around 10,000 square meters at AEON Mall Long Bien, the event features 300 booths providing visitors with diverse tourism products and services, including inbound and outbound tour packages, tickets to entertainment complexes, and gift vouchers to stay at luxury hotels and resorts.
There will also be promotions on flight tickets on both domestic and international routes by national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and budget airline Jetstar Pacific.
Visitors to the event will have an opportunity to talk with popular travel bloggers to listen to their travel experiences on building itinerary, planning budget, preparing clothes, as well as travelling with kids.
The event is organized by Phong Han JSC, Travellive magazine in coordination with Aeon Mall. The first ever Vietnam Travel Fest aims to create a platform for travel lovers at home and abroad and serve the increasing travel demand of people.
The 2019 Vietnam Travel Fest will open for the public from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm at Aeon Mall, 27 Co Linh street, Long Bien district, Hanoi.
Vietnam welcomed 1.58 million foreign visitors in Ferbuary, a year-on-year increase of 5.8%, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO). The number of visitors even increased in February even though it was the month of traditional Lunar New Year festivities.
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