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Liveinmuine.com is one of the Mui Ne villa rental specialists boasting more than 100 serviced villas and apartments. With more than 10 years of experience in the villa rental industry, the Liveinmuine.com story began with just a few family villas in Mui Ne Domain. Besides, Villas and apartments are located in exclusive Mui Ne neighborhoods and close to the beach and are designed to take full advantage of the wonderful Mui Ne weather providing you with spacious gardens.

Moreover, Villas are spacious and have ample living space with comfortable oversized bedrooms and beautiful private outdoor areas for your enjoyment. In conclusion, we are proud to be known as one of the best villa rental agents in the Mui Ne, offering the best homes, the best service and the best rates guaranteed.

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Tan Son Nhat Saigon Airport

TAN SON NHAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

The Tan Son Nhat Saigon Airport is the largest International airport in Vietnam and serving the Ho Chi Minh City as well as the rest of southeastern Vietnam. Saigon airport has two terminals with separate sections for international and domestic flights. Airport can be reached with 30 minutes ride from Pham Ngu Lao district.

The French government built the airport in the 1930s and named it Tan Son Nhat International Airport. During the Vietnam War, Tan Son Nhat Air Base was used by both the United States and the South Vietnamese Air Force (VNAF).

Besides, Tan Son Nhat airport in South Vietnam’s main airport and one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport’s IATA code, SGN is taken from the city’s former name of Saigon.

Moreover, the International terminal has a coffee shop, a restaurant/bar, a couple of duty-free stores, and a few small stalls selling souvenirs. There is also free WIFI and money exchange.

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Ho Chi Minh City – Saigon

Vietnam is an excellent destination with the two main metropolia are Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Vietnam capital Hanoi. The main district of Ho Chi Minh City, where tourists living are the old Saigon or district 1 (D1) which lies on 7.7 km². The Ho Chi Minh City - Tan Son Nhat Airport is only 8 kilometers north of District 1, a 30 minutes ride away from Saigon center. Lots of tourists and entrepreneurs live in the Saigon district 1 of this strategic location, where located main government agencies, embassies, hotels, as well as Saigon have many entertainment and recreational facilities such as shopping malls, cinema, bars, restaurants, etc. Thanks to the above, Saigon is called a city that never really sleeps. Business spaces on the street are divided among a number of people who offer different services, at different times of the day, both at night and in the day. Saigon can be found expats all over the world, making Saigon an ideal place to create new acquaintances and Saigon is probably the most realistic place for this. Pham Ngu Lao Street has the highest concentration of English speakers and, of course, prices in Saigon are more crispy than other Ho Chi Minh city districts.

HO CHI MINH CITY - SAIGON

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon is the largest and busiest city in southern Vietnam. It is also called the economic capital of the country and home for 10 million people. The city lies on the banks of the Saigon River, 19 meters above sea level, with an area of 2,095 km². Through the city passes the Saigon River and therefore boats and ships are an important form of transportation. From Saigon, you can easily reach the Mekong Delta and to the coastal beach resorts, Vung Tau and Mui Ne.

An excellent tourist destination Saigon is full of contrast between tradition and modernity, poverty and wealth. Many buildings, especially in the center, were built during the colonial period. The city offers many historical sights, delicious food, and is an excellent shopping spot. It’s no surprise that Saigon exudes youthful, and inventive energy. This dynamic spirit shines through in quirky cafes, innovative cuisine, and boutiques. And when you need a breather from all that’s new and fabulous, it’s easy to find quiet moments in crumbling colonial buildings, museums, and art galleries, for instance.

Besides, the Ho Chi Minh city received its current name only in 1976. Saigon was the capital of the French colony of Cochinchina and later of the independent republic of South Vietnam, from 1955–75. On July 2, 1976, upon the formal establishment of the modern-day the new government renamed the city to Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh. It is noteworthy that the new name of the city is used only for official purposes, and the indigenous people still continue to call it Saigon.

CLIMATE

The city has a tropical climate, specifically a tropical savanna climate, with an average humidity of 78–82%. The year is divided into two distinct seasons. Raining season starts from May to November and the dry season from December to April. The average annual temperature is 28 °.

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Foreign tourists help clean Mui Ne beach

A foreign tourist group called Keep Mui Ne Nice joined staff from local tourism facilities, organizations, and youngsters in Phan Thiet city in the South Central province of Binh Thuan to collect rubbish along Mui Ne beach on July 12. Every year in May and June, waste and debris are washed by the tide from the East Sea (South China Sea) to the Mui Ne gulf. This year, the amount of waste was substantial, made up of a variety of items – largely broken fishing nets, plastic bottles, and plastic bags – which are buried in the sand along beaches stretching over a kilometer, making it hard to collect. 

Kristy Marland, an Australian member of the group who has lived in Mui Ne for six years, said that she is worried about the pollution in Mui Ne. She and her friends often organize cleaning activities on the beach with the hope of raising public awareness of the necessity of keeping the sea clean. According to locals, many groups have exerted efforts to collect rubbish, especially in areas that waste is concentrated. However, these attempts are not enough against the rising tide of careless rubbish-dumping that is seen across the nation. Although campaigns to clean the beach are temporary solutions, they have significantly contributed to raising the awareness of tourism facilities and the community in protecting the sea environment and not releasing waste into the sea. SOURCE: VNA

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Ca Mau cape set to become eco tourism center

Ca Mau cape in the southernmost province of Ca Mau is set to become a major eco-tourism centre for visitors to the Mekong River Delta by 2025, according to a Prime Minister-approved master plan for the development of Ca Mau Cape National Tourism Site towards 2030.

NDO – Ca Mau Cape in the southernmost province of Ca Mau is set to become a major eco-tourism center for visitors to the Mekong River Delta by 2025, according to a Prime Minister-approved master plan for the development of Ca Mau Cape National Tourism Site towards 2030. The plan also sets a target that by 2030, the site will meet the national tourism criteria and secure its status as a National Tourism Site.  

Under the plan, the core zone prioritized for tourism development will cover Mui, Kinh Dao Tay, Kinh Dao Dong, Rach Tau Dong, Rach Tho, and Khai Long hamlets as well as Dat Mui Commune of Ngoc Hien District, with a total area of about 2,100 ha. The area will be facilitated with services and entertainment centers, with ecological resorts built in the mangrove forest. The Ca Mau Cape cultural and tourist park, ecological sites, community-based and craft villages, and Khai Long tourism complex will also be built in the area. The master plan also makes it clear that the construction and development of the facilities must comply with the law on forest protection and development, environmental protection and biodiversity.

The Cape of Ca Mau belonging to Ngoc Hien District in Ca Mau Province and lies 118 km away from Ca Mau City. This is a unique spot of Vietnam Tourism not only its especially location, but also the only place in Vietnam where one can see the sunrise in the East and sunset in the West. The Cape of Ca Mau was discovered at the end of the 17th century and a residential area of three ethnic groups Viet (Kinh), Hoa, and Khmer. Here are many beautiful islands such as Hon Tuong, Hon Sao, Hon Kho, Hon Lon, Hon Doi Moi, etc. Hon Khoai Island is the largest 4m2 where you can find the most romantic lighthouse in the Gulf of Thailand.

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Cham ethnic traditional pottery

One of the outstanding characteristics of the Cham ethnic traditional pottery making is the technique of making pottery without turntables, and open firing with straw and fire-wood.

CHAM ETHNIC TRADITIONAL POTTERY: The Ministry noted that during the planning and documenting process, Ninh Thuan provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies – Ho Chi Minh City branch will conduct surveys and studies, and invite localities with a rich heritage of Cham ethnic traditional pottery to participate in their research. One of the outstanding characteristics of the Cham ethnic traditional pottery making is the technique of making pottery without turntables or pottery wheels and open firing with straw and fire-wood. They are unique products bearing many historical cultural marks of the ethnic minority group.

Cham ethnic people use their skilled hands to create a variety of products in different designs, serving the needs of daily activities, beliefs, and religions, while expressing the creativity and cultural identity of the Cham ethnic group. They include water containers, rice containers, reliefs, decorative lamps, and statues of Apsara and Shiva. The traditional pottery crafts of the Cham ethnic group in Binh Thuan and the art of pottery making of Cham ethnic group in Bau Truc village, Phuoc Dan town, Ninh Phuoc District, Ninh Thuan Province were recognized as national intangible cultural heritage.

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Phan Thiet Phu Quy high speet boat

Superdong, a high-speed boat operating on the Phan Thiet - Phu Quy route, officially opened at the Phan Thiet Port, in the central province of Binh Thuan, on June 21.

PHAN THIET PHU QUY HIGH SPEED BOAT/NDO – Superdong, a high-speed boat operating on the Phan Thiet – Phu Quy route, officially opened at the Phan Thiet Port, in the central province of Binh Thuan, on June 21. The boat is operated by the Superdong – Kien Giang Speedboat Corporation with a total investment of US$2 million. All of the cabins are equipped with air-conditioners, comfortable seats, LCD TV’s, toilets and a VIP cabin, with music and a movie system.  

Ticket prices per passenger are VND350,000 each, VND250,000 for children, and VND260,000VND for people with disabilities. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Vice Chairman of the Binh Thuan provincial People’s Committee, Pham Van Nam, emphasized that the launch of the high-speed boat on the Phan Thiet – Phu Quy route not only helps to shorten the time travel between the mainland and the island but also contributes to the local socio-economic development. It is also expected to help Phu Quy island to soon become a popular tourist destination and a fishery logistics center, he added.

Phu Quy Island is located in the middle of the East Sea. It is surrounded by white sandy beaches and nine other isles. The island covers an area of 18 square kilometers and has a population of over 27,000. It is also an important in-between logistical destination linking the mainland with the Truong Sa archipelago. Roughly 56 nautical miles from Phan Thiet city and near the coastal provinces of Khanh Hoa, Binh Thuan and Ba Ria-Vung Tau, the island has huge potential for developing sea and island-based tourism, especially resorts, and ecological and adventure tours.

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Hanoi launches double story tour buses

Hanoi’s first “Hop on – Hop off” buses were launched on May 30 to serve tourists in exploring the capital city, aiming to create a highlight in local tourism in this summer.

Hanoi launches double story tour buses: Hanoi’s first “Hop on – Hop off” buses were launched on May 30 to serve tourists in exploring the capital city, aiming to create a highlight in local tourism this summer. According to Deputy Vice Chairman of the Hanoi Transportation Service Corporation Nguyen Cong Nhat, the Hanoi city tour Hop on – Hop off using the roofless buses gives visitors a view of the city from the above. The “Hop on-Hop off” bus service designed by Hanoitourist travel company aims to offer tourists a new and more convenient way to explore Hanoi’s tourist attractions.  

Each bus has 80 seats and is equipped with modern technology, including the GPS system, free Wifi, USB gates, refrigerator, a TV screen and safety cameras. An automatic narration system in various languages such as English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean is also installed in the buses, giving visitors an overall insight of over 30 most typical tourist attractions of the city. As one of the first visitors using the service, Dac Luong from Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi said that the service gives visitors a convenient tour through various streets.

Route 01 departs from the Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square near Hoan Kiem Lake, passing Le Thai To – Trang Thi- Dien Bien Phu – Doc Lap – Hoang Van Thu – Hung Vuong – Thanh Nien – Yen Phu – Thanh Nien – Hung Vuong – Phan Dinh Phung – Hoang Dieu – Le Hong Phong – Hung Vuong – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam – Ton Duc Thang – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Cua Nam – Phan Boi Chau – Ly Thuong Kiet – Phan Chu Trinh – Hai Ba Trung – Le Thanh Tong – Trang Tien – Dinh Tien Hoang and ends at the bus station (starting point).

In the weekend, as the pedestrian streets open, the route changes to Hanoi Opera House – Trang Tien – Ngo Quyen – Ly Thuong Kiet – Quang Trung – Trang Thi – Dien Bien Phu – Doc Lap – Hoang Van Thu – Hung Vuong – Thanh Nien – Yen Phu – Thanh Nien – Hung Vuong – Phan Dinh Phung – Hoang Dieu – Le Hong Phong – Hung Vuong – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam – Ton Duc Thang – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Cua Nam-Phan Boi Chau – Ly Thuong Kiet – Phan Chu Trinh – Hai Ba Trung – Le Thanh Tong – Hanoi Opera House.

The operation time of the service is from 9:00 to 18:10. One bus will depart in every 30 minutes. Ticket price is 300,000 VND (13.2 USD) for a four-hour tour, 450,000 VND (19.8 USD) for 24 hours and 650,000 (28.6) for 48 hours.

According to Nguyen The Hung, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee, last year, Hanoi served nearly 24 million visitors, up 9 percent over 2016. The municipal Department of Tourism predicted that in the first half of 2018, the growth in the number of tourists to the city will reach 24 percent.

As a regional and global attractive destination, Hanoi eyes to welcome 25.4 million tourists, including 5.5 million foreigners, this year.

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HCMC keen on developing shopping tourism

HCM City has become a veritable shopping mecca, but experts say that tourist spending remains at a low level. Traditional markets such as Ben Thanh, Binh Tay, An Dong Plaza and Saigon Square as well as luxury department stores Takashimaya, Vincom Centre, Parkson and Diamond Plaza can be conveniently reached by different means of transport or on foot from the city’s centre.

HCM City keen on developing shopping tourism: As the country’s economic hub and tourism magnet with name-brand boutiques and a wide variety of local and foreign goods, HCM City has become a veritable shopping mecca, but experts say that tourist spending remains at a low level. Traditional markets such as Ben Thanh, Binh Tay, An Dong Plaza and Saigon Square as well as luxury department stores Takashimaya, Vincom Centre, Parkson, and Diamond Plaza can be conveniently reached by different means of transport or on foot from the city’s center.  

While a wide array of international brands and renowned local designs can be bought at many of these sites, the city also has many streets that specialize in selling paintings, fabric, antiques, jewelry or traditional medicine in or near the downtown area. Because of the wide variety of Vietnamese-made products and souvenirs, wandering around downtown is a must-do experience, especially for foreign tourists, according to Nguyen The Trung, a tour guide of Transviet Tour Company.

The famous Ben Thanh market, located in an easily accessible central location, is open all day and night, offering a taste of local lifestyles. It offers clothing, footwear and textiles as well as brocade, jewelry, and special local dishes, among countless other items. However, prices at Ben Thanh Market and the discount shopping mall called Saigon Square can be inflated and tourists are urged to bargain up to 50 percent under the ticketed price.

“I visited Ben Thanh market one time, and bought nothing,” said Alexander Markos Kennedy, who has worked in HCM City for five years. “It’s exciting to look around inside the market, but it’s not a good place for shopping as you have to bargain and the quality of products is not good. I just wandered around some streets and visited stores in the city center. I finally bought two cups with photos of Ha Noi, and some T-shirts, paintings and jewelry boxes at different stores to take home. The items were inexpensive, lightweight and easily portable for his flight back to the US, he said.

Many souvenirs shops and stores providing these kinds of products, however, had failed to satisfy tourists’ shopping needs and tastes, Trung said, adding that handmade embroidery, silk fabric, clothes, handicrafts, lacquerware, tea, and coffee were all popular tourist purchases. Tran Van Long, general director of Viet Media Travel Corporation, said that foreign tourists’ length of stay in HCM City averaged only 2.6 days but could be longer if shopping was promoted. Because of its many shopping centers and premium stores, the city should develop specific plans to promote the city as a shopping destination for tourists, according to Nguyen Quoc Ky, chairman and general director of Vietravel. Pedestrianized streets such as Bui Vien and Pham Ngu Lao in the popular backpacker and budget area of HCM City’s District 1 should have more stores and entertainment services for tourists, he said. Nighttime activities for tourists, including entertainment shows and leisure activities as well as shopping hours between 6pm and 2am, could result in a huge volume of revenue for the tourism sector, according to Ky.

Most tourism services now operate from 7am to 5pm, even though most tourism revenue is gained by nighttime services and activities. Vietnamese tourists often travel to Thailand not just for beautiful landscapes or historic sites but also for shopping and entertainment services. Nguyen Dinh Quang, the operation supervisor at Indochina Tourist & Trade Co., Ltd, said the city should develop shopping complexes for tourists that would offer a wide range of products at reasonable prices and a guarantee of high quality.

“Overlapping products at different stores and poorly designed souvenirs are among the shortcomings,” he said, adding that product price and quality at markets and souvenir stores are not strictly supervised. “Counterfeit goods also flood the market and stores, causing concern among local and foreign tourists about the availability of genuine, high-quality products.” To prevent fraud, tourism authorities and market supervision agencies should strictly monitor markets and stores that attract many tourists, Quang said.

Bui Ta Hoang Vu, director of the city’s Department of Tourism, said the number of foreign tourists visiting HCM City in 2017 hit a record-high of 6.4 million, up 23 percent compared to the previous year. However, tourism receipts increased only 12.6 percent year-on-year to reach VND116 trillion ($5.11 billion), he said. “To encourage spending, the department plans to set up a shopping complex with authentic made-in-Viet Nam products with properly fixed prices to meet demand.” Only 60 stores and shopping centers had received certifications for quality standards issued by the Department of Tourism, he said, adding that the department planned to expand the number of certified stores. This year, the department would organize a contest on designing and producing souvenirs and gifts for tourists and would work with the Department of Industry and Trade to regularly hold sales programs for tourists.

Souvenir shopping is an integral component of the travel experience and contributes a significant proportion of overall travel expenditures, according to Pham Trung Luong, deputy chairman of the Viet Nam Tourism Education Association under the Viet Nam Tourism Association. The country should develop shopping complexes geared toward tourists at popular destinations in the country, which would make it easier to manage prices and the quality of products.

The procedures to receive refunds on value-added tax (VAT) for foreign tourists should also be simplified, he said. As of the end of last year, only 573 stores of 77 enterprises were taking part in the VAT refund program, according to the city’s Department of Tourism. Economist Dinh The Hien said that many foreigners were unaware of Viet Nam’s VAT refund policy. “VAT refunds are more common and more easily secured in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan among other countries,” he said.

Le Tuan Binh, deputy director of the customs department of Tan Son Nhat International Airport, said that VAT refunds processed daily at the airport amounted to only VND100 million ($4,400), reflecting low demand. The electronic data connection between stores, customs agencies and banks should be improved to facilitate VAT refunds and purchases, Binh said.

Kenneth Atkinson, executive chairman of the accounting and consulting firm Grant Thornton Vietnam, said the low amount of tourist spending was not only an issue in HCM City but also in other destinations in the country. More visitors are coming from mainland China, Russia and Taiwan and other countries, but they spend less than $860 (2016 data), while visitors from Europe and North America spend an average $1,400 to $1,600. Under a new government resolution, the country aims to have by 2020 18.5 million visitors and US$20 billion in spending by international tourists for leisure and business travel, Atkinson added.

These figures would gradually increase average direct visitor spending to $1,080 from the current $860, but it would entail changing the mix of visitors and attracting more tourists from developed countries. To accomplish these goals, there should be changes in policies on destination marketing, improved visa facilitation, visa exemptions for more countries, and expansion of the e-visa program, he said. Extending visa exemptions to 30 days and offering a one-visa policy for the four countries in Indochina (Viet Nam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar), as well as more targeted marketing of destinations, would all contribute to a higher number of tourists and spending, according to Atkinson.

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Direct air route HCM City Zurich

Edelweiss, Switzerland’s leading leisure airline, announced it will open a direct air route between HCM City and Zurich this November, serving two flights per week as part of the carrier’s plan to expand its flight network in Asia.

Direct air route HCM City Zurich: Edelweiss, Switzerland’s leading leisure airline, announced it will open a direct air route between HCM City and Zurich this November. Serving two flights per week as part of the carrier’s plan to expand its flight network in Asia. This is the first direct air route between Vietnam and Switzerland, aiming to reduce travel times, stimulate tourism demands, and trade between the two countries.  

Some travel agents are preparing to launch online ticketing services to help passengers to purchase tickets easily. Edelweiss CEO, Bernd Bauer, said that Vietnam has become popular among Swiss people thanks to the attractive destinations on offer.

The airline expects to serve 10,500 passengers traveling from Switzerland to HCM City each year, earning a revenue of US$32 million per year. The new air route helps to bring tourists from Switzerland and Europe closer to Vietnam and provides a wide range of options for connecting flights from Zurich to other famous tourist attractions through the Swiss airline.

At present, Edelweiss is working with major travel operators in Vietnam to design tour packages for the new route between Vietnam and Switzerland. The predicted passenger growth for the route suggests an increase of about 10% per year over the next 3-4 years. According to the General Statistics Office, in the first five months of the year, more than 16,500 Swiss passengers arrived in Vietnam, up 4.2% against the same period last year. As a wealthy country, Switzerland’s tourists tend to spend more when holidaying abroad than visitors from other nations.

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