Mumbai, July 15, 2022) – Following the launch of new international routes connecting key Indian cities to Vietnam, Vietjet today revealed a bigger network growth and implementation plan for the India market. The airline announced its plans to link Mumbai with Da Nang, Vietnam’s famous coastal city, from this September with more direct services to connect major Indian cities to Vietnam’s top tourism and business destinations in the fourth quarter.
The airline earlier announced two new routes from Mumbai/New Delhi to Phu Quoc islands, Southeast Asia’s favored beach destination, from September 9, 2022.
The new direct flights will make it easier and more affordable for Indian visitors to travel not only to Vietnam but also connect to other Southeast Asia’s destinations of Bali, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore or further to Northeast Asian cities of Seoul, Busan, Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Taipei, etc.
Vietnam has lifted all arrival regulations relating to Covid-19 and travelers can enjoy a complete pre-pandemic fashion arriving in the country. Travelers from India can easily apply for e-visa and enjoy their upcoming trips to Vietnam. Especially, all international travelers coming to Phu Quoc are eligible for a 30-day visa exemption to experience all the good stuff that the paradise island has to offer.
Located in the heart of Southeast Asia and home to a rich culture, diverse natural landscapes, delicious cuisine, and friendly local people, Vietnam has been a rising destination in recent years, drawing more and more world travelers, and routinely receiving praise from leading global travel magazines, including its attraction to Indian travelers.
Being the country’s capital, Hanoi with over a thousand years of history, is home to enchanting lakes, unique urban areas such as the bustling Old Quarter and an array of fascinating heritage buildings. Meanwhile, Ho Chi Minh City, the country’s largest economic, financial and tourism hub, is a vibrant destination with incredible restaurants, shopping, nightlife and historical landmarks. Located in central Vietnam, Da Nang has been the world’s famous coastal destination and appealed world tourists in recent years thanks to its iconic landmarks of Golden Bridge and Dragon Bridge. The city also serves as a gateway to Vietnam’s other tourist attractions, including the ancient town of Hoi An, the former imperial citadel in Hue city, and Quang Binh, home of the spectacular caves.
Dubbed as “the Pearl Island”, Phu Quoc, in recent years has become the most popular beach destination in Southeast Asia. The tropical island has attracted tremendous amount of visitors lately thanks to its breathtaking beaches, stunning resorts and exciting leisure and recreational offerings.