Vietnam has sharply increased the cost of visas for those looking to visit the country. Under the new programme, outlined by the ministry of tourism, travellers will now have to pay US$80 to obtain a one year visa, $100 if they wish to stay for one-to-two years, and $120 for a two-to-three year visa.
Vietnam-based Luxury Travel will join the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in October to promote luxury travel products at World Travel Market London 2012 (WTM) in the UK from November 5 to 8.
Danang has a growing range of tourist facilities, which is contributing to the growth of Danang as a tourism hub. To capitalize on this trend, Luxury Travel Ltd.