[Video] Latest tourism promo clip “Vietnam: Travel to Love” debuts
The nearly two-minute-length video clip takes the audience on a journey to discover and experience Vietnamese culture, nature, and beautiful landscapes.
The latest promotional clip titled “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Living fully in Vietnam” has just been launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
|International travelers visit Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh Province|
According to VNAT, the newly released clip responds to the National Tourism Year 2022 themed “Quang Nam - A green tourism destination” and invites international travelers to Vietnam in the post-pandemic period.
The one-minute-25 second-length clip features an impressive series of images about Vietnam, showcasing its beautiful nature, unique culture, high-class services, and bespoke experiences. It is intended to inspire viewers and stimulate them to visit this friendly country.
The clip “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Living fully in Vietnam” is created by famous YouTubers Chan La Ca, Tran Thien, with the presence of artists from the VTV’s film series Ve nha di con (Go home, dear!) and supported by Sunny Vietnam YouTube channel, Sao Media company and Indochina Sails cruises.
Following in the footsteps of youtubers and artists, visitors have the opportunity to discover the attractive landscapes of the Northwest mountains with breathtaking passes, marvelous terraced rice fields and vivid life of Vietnamese ethnic minorities.
They can also explore the majestic scenery of Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex blanketed by the magical mist; or start a new day by enjoying the sunrise over Ha Long Bay - the natural wonder of the world.
|Bird-eye view of Hoi An ancient town|
Owning a long coastal line, Vietnam possesses various award-winning beaches such as Danang, Nha Trang, Phu Quoc, among others.
The video is released in these days of late March and early April 2022, when Quang Nam Province, including its iconic destination Hoi An, is launching the National Tourism Year 2022 with the theme “Quang Nam: A Green Tourism Destination”.
Earlier, National Tourism Year 2022 kicked off on 27 March in Hoi An. The opening ceremony marks the resumption of Vietnam’s tourism activities and is a key event of the 2022 National Tourism Year Program.
Hoi An ancient town is the highlight in the Central region of Vietnam which attracts a large number of domestic and international travelers to visit every year. The charming tiny town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and street plan reflect the combined influences of both indigenous and foreign traits to produce this unique heritage site.
|A specialty of Hoi An Ancient Town- Quang noodle|
In addition, Hoi An is famous for its delicious street food. Visiting the ancient town after the Covid-19 pandemic, travelers can easily experience its various specialties such as Quang noodle, banh mi, or Com ga Hoi An (steamed rice with chicken- Hoi An style). All dishes reflect the simple lifestyle, kindness, and hospitality of the residents in the place.
Launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism with the companionship of Google and VinPearl, the video clip series entitled “Vietnam: Travel to Love!” (“Vietnam: Di de Yeu!”) was first uploaded to the YouTube digital platform from January 7, 2021.
The campaign shows the determination of the tourism industry in using digital technology as a tool for supporting national tourism development.
The clip “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Living fully in Vietnam”
Source: Vietnam National Administration of Tourism
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