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Halong Bay, Vietnam

Vietnam to be opening more tourism spots from December

Vietnam will begin a wider opening of its borders from December for fully vaccinated travellers arriving from countries deemed as low risk.
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Phu Quoc readying for international travel from November

Vietnam is taking the first steps to reopening its tourism industry, allowing international travel to the island of Phu Quoc from November.
idx Games on Hoiana

Vietnam is moving away from “Zero Covid” strategy

Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has confirmed that the country will be moving away from a “Zero Covid” strategy in a bid to reopen its economy. 
Phu Quoc Corona

Phu Quoc casinos allowed to reopen, tourist pilot program is on hold

Authorities have allowed the reopening of certain businesses including casinos and amusement parks in Phu Quoc, though their proposed pilot program to allow international...
KN Paradise, Cam Ranh, investment

KN Paradise Cam Ranh upped its investment to $2.1 billion

The proposed KN Paradise Cam Ranh Integrated Resort in Vietnam has upped its investment to around $2.1 billion, which it says is a result...
football, betting

Vietnam sports betting is seen as too restrictive to make business sense

Vietnam is considering further steps to open up its sports betting market, though industry insiders say it’s still unlikely to be enough to attract investors. 
Grand Ho Tram

Grand Ho Tram to be permitted to accept local guests from Sept. 15

Vietnam's Grand Ho Tram will be permitted to accept domestic guests from Sept. 15, as the pandemic situation in its local area has improved.
Football, vietnam, tournaments

Vietnam to add more football tournaments to “allowed” list

Vietnam’s Ministry of Finance is pushing for more global football tournaments to be added to the list of allowed tournaments for betting. 
POGO, philippines, stable

PAGCOR head says POGOs left country for Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos

PAGCOR Chair Andrea Domingo says that Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) that have left the country are setting up shop in Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos.
Halong Bay, Vietnam

Vietnam offers a tempting road to a new type of gaming within Asia

With Macau’s gaming industry failing to recover as quickly as expected, and ever-increasing oversight from Mainland China, what country within Asia offers the best conditions to be able to develop into something akin to the SAR’s glory days as the world emerges from the pandemic?