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Vidotour Relocates Da Nang Office

The Da Nang Representative office for Vidotour has been relocated to a new address which is just a few minutes by car from Da Nang International Airport and the Da Nang Railway Station. The new office location enables our local team to promptly extend full assistance to guests travelling in the Da Nang and Hoi An areas. Please update the contact information of Vidotour’s Da Nang office as below:

256 Be Van Dan

Thanh Khe Ward

Da Nang, Vietnam.

Tel: +84(236) 3712790

Email: danang@vidotour.com

Vietnam Named World’s Best Golf Destination

 For the first time ever, Vietnam received the World's Best Golf Destination for 2019 award. The awards were presented in late October at the World Golf Awards in the UAE. Vietnam currently has over 30 golf courses built to international standards, and this number is set to increase to 60 by the end of 2020.

Aman Launches Private Jet Service

The luxury property management announced that they will now offer private jet service throughout the region. Service will be provided on a Bombardier Global 5000 with 9,630km of range and seating for up to 12 passengers. Staying at an Aman property is not a requirement to use the private jet service. With customs requirements handled by staff, the goal of the private jet service is to allow guests to relax en route to their destinations

Nine Entry Points to Laos Cease Visa-On-Arrival Services

The office of the prime minister in Laos has announced that nine entry points into the country will discontinue offering visa-on-arrival services. Six of these are land border crossings with Vietnam, and two are land border crossings with Thailand. The only airport affected is Savannakhet International Airport. Laos’ e-visa service launched earlier this year, but it can only be used at international airports in Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and at the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge.


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Dear Vidotour,

I would like to draw your attention to two wonderful guides who work for you at Vidotour. In Hanoi we were looked after by Tu and in Ho Chi Minh City by Quang. Both guides were marvellous. We learnt so much from them, not just about the history of Vietnam but they gave us a real insight into the lives of everyday Vietnamese people. They were cheerful and prompt and flexible to our needs. They also gave us excellent restaurant recommendations.