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Vietnam looks to open up to Taiwan tourists in November

10/13/2021| 3:51:50 PM|

The plan is for a two-phase vaccine passport program that allows foreign tourists to fly in via charter flights.

Taiwan is among the list of places Vietnam hopes to welcome back as tourists in phases, starting as early as November.

On Wednesday (Oct. 5), officials in Khanh Hoa Province submitted a proposal to Vietnam's Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism seeking permission to allow fully vaccinated tourists to arrive from Europe, North America, and select countries in Asia, reported VN Express. The plan is for a two-phase vaccine passport program that allows foreign tourists to fly in via charter flights.

The first phase of the program would allow tourists from the listed countries to stay in secluded resorts along Long Beach in Cam Ranh. The area includes 12 resorts, with 6,000 five-star rooms.

This cluster of resorts is located 45 kilometers from the city of Nha Trang and is far from residential areas. All staff at these facilities are, reportedly, fully vaccinated.

The second phase of the plan would start in March and would allow tourists to visit a broader range of sites and resorts in Nha Trang. Examples of locations and accommodations that would open up during that phase might include Vinpearl on Hon Tre Island, Champa Island Nha Trang Resort, and Hon Tam Resort.

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