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As the Southeast Asian country steadily reopens its tourism sector amid the pandemic, Vietnam is receiving foreign tourists starting from November for the first time since Spring 2020.  The daily newspaper Nguoi Lao Dong says two flights carrying foreign visitors from Japan and South Korea arrived in Khanh Hoa Province on the south-central coast on Thursday. About 430 travellers from the US are slated to arrive in Hoi An, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Quang Nam Province in the same week by charter aircraft. The renowned Phu Quoc Island in the Gulf of Thailand is also expecting about 250 […]

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I did say that Thailands neighbours are opening...even if it is gradual... In the past week we have seen moves in Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia and now Vietnam...among others. there is choice now for international tourists and as sure as the sun rises and sets, if Thailand doesn't get its collective act together, other Asian destinations will take the lion's share of the tourist market.

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