The Hanoitimes - A 60-minute flight whisks weekenders away to a city that is still demonstrably Asian rather than a cookie-cutter metropolis with top quality cuisine, artisanal crafts and many a photo opportunity ensure wanderlust is sated. Hanoi welcomes over 7.4 million visitors in Q1 Hanoi among most affordable destinations for your 2019 world adventures Writer Ed Peters from South China Morning Post — Hong Kong's English-language paper has recommended travelers what and how to explore Hanoi during 48 hours of weekend. South China Morning Post lists must-do things in Hanoi. There’s the usual lucky dip of low-cost carriers and rather pricier ones touching down at Noi Bai International Airport 60 minutes after taking off from Chek Lap Kok (and vice versa) flying at a theoretical 873km/h between Hong Kong and Hanoi. Jetstar’s US$150 return seems very reasonable, though a 7kg baggage allowance doesn’t leave much room for souvenir shopping. … [Read more...] about Which are must-do things in Hanoi in 48 hours?
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HCM City works to solve difficulties facing property enterprisesThe People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City held a conference on November 7 to help local real estate enterprises solve difficulties.Le Hoang Chau, President of the Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association, said the local property market faces several bottlenecks affecting enterprises’ business and investment activities, including approval of investment intentions, ground clearance, land use feess, project acquisition, using land funds to pay for Build-Transfer (BT) contracts, and credit and financial procedure issues.The slow settlement of these bottlenecks is one reason for the significant decrease in the supply of real estate products in 2018, which is forecast to continue reducing in 2019, Chau affirmed.At the event, local enterprises shared difficulties facing them during project implementation.Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong admitted that there remain several … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 9/11
Sapa is a must-visit destination in Vietnam. - VNA/VNS Photo Huong Thu In the modern world it just took a few clicks online and a whole world of hospitality choices appeared before her eyes. She is one of the 71 per cent of the 13 million visitors to Vietnam last year to arrange all her travel online. These are the figures released in a survey on tourists carried out by Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM). But the results also reveal as most of the online booking agents are based outside of Viet Nam, local businesses need support to keep up. “We had never experienced Airbnb abroad together so we just want to try. Staying overnight with friends in one room seemed to be fun,” she told Vietnam News. “In Sapa, as there was no Airbnb, so we chose a hotel with a beautiful mountain view through booking.com,” she said. Arriving in the nation’s capital, she booked a homestay in Hanoi via airbnb.com. Detailed information was what Bow embraced the most. Even … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s online tourism to thrive