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Tourism up 15-20 percent for Vietnam Independence Day (September 2)

2011-08-19 (GMT + 7)

The number of tourists registering to travel both in and out of the country on Vietnam Independence Day (September 2) has increased by 15-20 percent from last year’s figure, according to tour operators in Ho Chi Minh City.

Saigontourist will receive 15,000 travellers and Viettravel 4,500, respectively.

Most outbound tourists want to spend their holidays in Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Brunei and Thailand, while inbound tourists are keen on travelling to Con Dao, Phan Thiet, Nha Trang and Dalat.

Source: VOV

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