Representatives of the HCM City Tourism Promotion Centre and Hong Kong-based Fayfay.com sign a collaboration agreement in HCM City on Thursday (Dec 6). Photo courtesy of HTPCViet Nam News HCM CITY — The HCM City Tourism Promotion Centre has tied up with Hong Kong-based Fayfay.com to attract travellers from Hong Kong and to promote Việt Nam’s tourism. On Thursday, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the e-commerce travel site dedicated to Vietnamese travel experiences. The MOU comes at a strategic time after visitors from Hong Kong to Việt Nam hit a record high in the first 10 months of this year. “Hong Kong will be our focal market in coming years, and we hope that travellers from Hong Kong will be inspired to visit HCM City thanks to the exceptional activities and experiences showcased on Fayfay.com,” Trần Ngọc Đông Quân, deputy director of HTPC, said. “Together with Fayfay.com, we hope to make a significant contribution to tourism in Việt Nam and HCM City through joint promotional events, roadshows and media familiarisation trips.” Kingston Lai, co-founder of Fayfay.com, said: “HCM City is an important destination on Fayfay.com and we look forward to partnering with HTPC to showcase the city’s… Read full this story
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