Editor’s note: Two expats who have worked in Vietnam’s tourist industry for the past several years have offered their perspectives on post-COVID-19 tourism in the country and how it can best set itself up for a strong recovery. Vietnam’s tourism begins its comeback after the relaxation of the country’s social distancing measures meant to curb the virus spread. In an effort to boost the country’s tourism recovery, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism has announced a sixth-month campaign encouraging Vietnamese citizens to travel domestically to support local businesses, considering the domestic market the primary driver for the industry’s recovery as the borders are still closed to international tourists. Tuoi Tre News asked Australian Frank Bochmann, who has worked as general manager for Starwood/Marriott projects in Vietnam for years, and German Sven Albert Saebel, general manager of Sunrise Premium Resort & Spa Hoi An in the central city of Hoi An, for their thoughts on the potential of Vietnamese tourism to recover, as well as the steps the industry should take to prepare for the future. Their following comments have been edited by Tuoi Tre News for clarity, consistency, and coherence. From your observation, how has tourism in Vietnam been affected by COVID-19? Bochmann: COVID-19 has completely… Read full this story
- Post-Workout and Recovery
- Preparing For the Coming Recovery
- Preparing For Post-Cosmetic Surgery Recovery
- Data Recovery, Be Prepared
- Disaster Recovery Needs Contingency Planning
- How to Survive Recession - Tips For Recovery
- Disk Data Recovery - Is Your Business at Risk?
- Disaster Recovery Testing - Educating End Users on the Importance of Testing
- Data Recovery Myths - Drop it & Hit It
- Mistaken Formatting in a Dual Boot System and Linux Recovery
How should Vietnam prepare for post-pandemic tourism recovery? have 280 words, post on tuoitrenews.vn at May 29, 2020. This is cached page on VietMaz. If you want remove this page, please contact us.