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Vietnam's tourism thrives amidst five-day holiday rush

Vietnam’s tourism sector benefited from the recent Reunification Day (April 30) and International Labor Day (May 1) holiday, with an estimated eight million Vietnamese traveling during the April 27-May 1 holiday.

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Hotels across the country reported an average occupancy rate of 60%, with peak days exceeding 70%. Coastal destinations were particularly popular, reaching near-full occupancy of 95%-100%, according to local news reports.

Major cities and attractions served a huge influx of tourists. HCMC welcomed nearly one million visitors, generating over VND3,200 billion in tourism revenue.

Hanoi received close to 738,000 visitors, with international arrivals up 48% year-on-year. Tourism revenue in the capital city reached VND2,500 billion.

With its cooler climate, Dalat in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong attracted 170,000 tourists, a 41.7% year-on-year increase.

Provinces in central Vietnam such as Ha Tinh, which experienced a 20% increase in visitors, Thua Thien-Hue, Danang, with a 60% surge in rail arrivals, and Binh Dinh also benefited from this influx.

(Theo the Saigon time)


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