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Nov-2015

Handetour Vietnam to Draw More American Tourists

Handetour Vietnam to Draw More American Tourists

Handetour Vietnam is participating in Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show – The largest travel show in the US on 27-28 Feb 2016 to draw more American tourists to the company. Handetour has its own booth #1015 where American could find travel information, plan and book their next tours to Vietnam and Indochina.

Handetour director, Mr. Tuan Anh Nguyen said “with more than 320million porpulation, 70million travel abroad, nearly half a million travel to Vietnam and spend more than US$100 million in Vietnam each year, American travel market shows immense potential for the company’ future growth”.

He also figured out the details “443,826 American arrivals in 2012; 432,228 American arrivals in 2013; 443,776 American arrivals in 2014 and in the first six months of 2015, the number of American visitors to Vietnam reached 255,868, just after China, South Korea and Japan. Americans spend more than US$80 billion each year on tourism and this is a major point of interest to developing countries. They spend most in Vietnam – more than US$100 million, reported by Visa Inc”.

Vietnam is a real colorful country to visit with the friendly people, the scenic countryside, the bustling cities, the nice beaches, the delicious cuisine and the rich culture.

Top 10 things that American tourists should do in Vietnam was suggested by The US Huffington Post.

1 – One of the first things suggested is walking in the Old Quarter and around the Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi capital.

2 – Visiting Ha Long Bay, the natural heritage of the world, is the second suggestion.

3 – Sa Pa is the next destination in the S-shaped country.

4 – Coming to Vietnam, visitors can enjoy Vietnamese style coffee and sunflower seeds on the sidewalk.

5 – Vietnamese pho is a dish not to be missed.

6 – Markets are also a unique facet of the culture of Vietnam.

7 – Hoi An ancient town is one of the most attractive destinations in Vietnam.

8 – Going to the Mekong Delta and the floating markets there.

9 – Vietnam home-stay is also one of the fun activities.

10 – The last thing that American tourists love to do in Vietnam are interested in is singing karaoke late at night.

About Handetour (http://handetour.com/):

HANDETOUR, Vietnam Tavel, with its head office situated in Hanoi capital, Vietnam, was established in early 2006 by Mr. Nguyen Tuan Anh and his team, soon becoming a Professional Inbound Tour Operator with thousands of travel agents and clients all over the world.

HANDETOUR, A local, reliable Vietnam Tour Operator and Vietnam Travel Agency, specializes in High Quality and Luxury Travel in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

HANDETOUR provides tourists with classic culture and leisure tours, luxury tours, cruises, set departure tours, daily excursions, special interest tours and other travel services (quality accommodation booking, fast visa service, easy ticket booking, transportation arrangement, qualified tour guide/ interpreter hire and M.I.C.E planning) within Indochina countries.

HANDETOUR also provides tourists with other Asian multi-countries tours including Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, China…

HANDETOUR (established on 26th April 2006)

+ Business License No: 0101929662 by Hanoi Planning and Investment Department

+ International Tour Operator License No: 01-380 / TCDL-GP LHQT by Vietnam Administration Of Tourism

+ Member of: Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA #2436); Vietnam Society Of Travel Agents (VISTA); Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT); Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Hanoi Tourism); Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA #6989); American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA # 900169082); Vietnam Chamber Of Commerce And Industry (VCCI)

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