The Hanoitimes - A Vietnamese stall is offering a warm welcome to visitors at the Top Resa international tourism fair, which runs in Paris from September 26 to 29.
The Vietnamese area features the nostalgic décor of ancient walls and tiled roofs inspired by Hanoi’s old quarter. The space is filled with the sound of folk music performed live by two Vietnamese artists.
A corner of the Vietnamese stall at the Top Resa international tourism fair, which runs in Paris.
On the sidelines of the fair, Vietnam organised a conference to promote Hanoi tourism, where Vietnamese Ambassador to France Nguyen Ngoc Son called on travel agencies in Paris to extend their reach to Vietnam and its capital city.
The diplomat also lauded operations of French tour operators in Vietnam, hoping their success will encourage more French businesses to come to the country. According to Nguyen Anh Dung, deputy head of the Hanoi Tourism Department, Hanoi is attractive to visitors thanks to affordable prices, scenic sites, and delicious food.
According to him, the capital welcomed 4.2 million foreigners last year, up 23 percent against 2015. In the first eight month of 2017, foreign arrivals to the city reached 3.7 million, an annual increase of 21 percent.
IFTM Top Resa - MAP Pro trade fair aims to become the single most privileged platform for all major players in the industry. This fair has become today a true multi-segment event bringing together in one place Leisure, Business, Events, and Groups at a French and international level.
Every year, the trade fair innovates with by creating new spaces and by tailoring continuously conferences and events agenda. For over 38 years, IFTM Top Resa has been the annual gathering of industry professionals. For this 2017 edition had an innovation and novelty at the service of customer experience - your experience- to be as rich and complete as possible. Ideal location to meet new clients, discover new update and enjoy the many conferences focusing on the tourism industry.