The Hanoitimes - The country`s tourism ambassador Jordan Vogt-Roberts also hopes to bring more Hollywood directors to this side of the Pacific. Vietnam's tourism officials said "Kong: Skull Island" director Jordan Vogt-Roberts will make a short film to promote the country and encourage his Hollywood colleagues to make movies here.The 32-year-old director, who was named Vietnam's tourism ambassador in March, has recently submitted his action plan including various projects to introduce Vietnamese scenery and culture to the world. His recent blockbuster has also made a strong case for Vietnam as a filming location and the director plans to invite more Hollywood colleagues over. Kong: Skull Island was filmed in February last year in the central province of Quang Binh’s colossal caves, the northern province of Ninh Binh and the world-renowned Ha Long Bay. In addition, he can call for offers scholarships to students studying in Vietnam join the US and some countries; organizing … [Read more...] about Kong: Skull Island director have two plans to promote Vietnam tourism
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VietNamNet Bridge – Building marine tourism brand or selecting culinary art as the core values of the Vietnamese tourism is still a matter of controversy. At a recent seminar on building the strategy on brand development for Vietnam's tourism to 2025, with the vision to 2030, many experts contributed ideas to improve the competitiveness of Vietnam's tourism in the integration period. Tourism brands According to Le Tuan Anh, Deputy Director of the International Cooperation Department, Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, an important factor to influence the attraction of tourists is not the symbol or slogan but the value of tourism brand. Many countries around the world have made great progress in the number of tourists thanks to success in branding construction. For instance, the UK with the brand "Great Britain" built in 2012, which helped this country reach a new record of foreign tourists, with 34.4 million in 2014. Adjacent to Vietnam, Thailand is also a good … [Read more...] about Will cuisine or marine tourism be the core of Vietnam tourism?
Dynamic Vietnam tourism airs on HTV7 Conceived as a tourism photo magazine, the program "Dynamic Vietnam's tourism", established by DQ Media in cooperation with HTV, will offer viewers current and interesting information on tourism, culture and entertainment, according to Thanh Nien. Moreover, the program will update viewers on international and national tours, flights, trains and passenger-cars, as well as cultural events and traditional festivals. The program also offers online tourism advice for customers via the program's hotline or website. … [Read more...] about Dynamic Vietnam tourism airs on HTV7
A well-known New Zealand chef and TV host has been appointed Vietnam Tourism Ambassador to the European Union (EU) for a three-year term, the Vietnam National Tourism Association announced last week on its website. … [Read more...] about New Zealand chef named Vietnam Tourism Ambassador to EU
Tourism workers certificated by the Vietnam Tourism Certification Board (VTCB) will be able to work in any of the ten nations in the ASEAN community. The nine other countries are Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Thailand, and the Philippines. The ministers of tourism from all member countries made a commitment four years ago that would allow tourism workers, from 2015, to work interchangeably among the countries if they are certificated by an officially-appointed certification organization of any among the ten. For Vietnam, it is the VTCB. Hoang Thi Diep, deputy head of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, told news website Saigon Times that ASEAN member countries have built a set of agreed standards for tourism professionals. There was already an agreed curriculum for tourism job training, she added. The interchangeable work program was set to take effect in May 2015, providing a "better chance" for job seeking in the sector, Diep … [Read more...] about Vietnam tourism to grant labor cross-ASEAN work certificates