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The event has several activities of great importance, such as the Asean Tourism Ministerial Conference, the Meeting of Ministers of the sector of the regional bloc and its partners (China, South Korea, Japan, India and Russia), the TRAVEX International Tourism Fair and the Asean Tourism Awards Ceremony.
For her part, Liz Ortiguera made it known that PATA is interested and willing to cooperate with Vietnam in the events to promote adventure, nature and health tourism, together with the other countries and territories in the Asia-Pacific region, scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2022.
Vietnam will host the Mekong Tourism Forum 2022, themed “Rebuilding Tourism, Recovering with Resilience,” from October 9-14, the first face-to-face meeting of the six Greater Mekong Subregions (GMS) since the pandemic began in 2019.
It will discuss trends affecting the field’s recovery, with speakers addressing post-pandemic recovery, digital transformation, supply chain localization and the social enterprise business model, among other topics.
The event will also feature an exhibition on green tourism in Vietnam and other GMS nations. It is expected to showcase responsible tourism products and services, offer visitors hands-on experiences to learn about local cultures, and connect sides involved in the leisure industry.
Data cards for Cambodia. Don’t pay attention to the cab driver on duty, I got 15 GB of data with Smart 10$, but I was not well informed and it was only valid for 1 week, when you had to renew it with 1 $ and start again the next week. If you stay one week it’s ok, but if you are more like me then no. It’s not money but it’s a nuisance to run out of data and have to look for a place to get it renewed. It’s not money but it’s a pain to run out of data and have to look for a place to get it renewed. I’m sure you would have gotten better rates at the airport.
Tralados: grabb works in Phnom Pehn and Siem reap with card payment (very convenient because you avoid possible exchange problems with tuktukeros who say they don’t have change. However in the rest of the smaller cities only PassAPP works, which is the local cabify but only allows payment in cash. I recommend both applications, they avoid haggling and scams.
Kampot and KEp: there is a huge problem on the road between Kampot and Sihanknouville. The route is 95 km but it takes between 3 and 4 hours to do it because there is a stretch of 5-10 km or so that you need 2 hours to do it. There are so many potholes-craters and such a huge depth that I thought we were left stranded on the road with a flat tire or whatever. A NIGHTMARE: It is better to …Read more …
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If you’re stopping in Dubai, we recommend a couple of days if you can fit it in. We love it. We leave you in the link everything to do there, so that you value it… (in cases like this is when my mother says, “go on, don’t mess around”…)
If you are going to stay a maximum of 30 days, and you are not going to leave and re-enter the country, the electronic visa (eVisa) is the best option. The Vietnamese government has an online platform for eVisa procedures.
We always remember the importance of always traveling with a good international travel insurance, we tell you from experience, we have had to use it on several occasions. It can save you from a lot of trouble, not only in terms of health but also financially. The one we always use is IATI.
Try to make your visit to Hanoi coincide with the weekend, which is when there is more life in the streets and in the lake area. You can find street shows and people dancing everywhere. You will see how cool it is.