vietnam visa survey

Travel Leaders Launch Tourism Survey in Bid to Improve Visa Policy

Jan 23, 2019 | Press Release

HANOI, Vietnam (Jan. 22, 2019) — Vietnam’s Tourism Advisory Board (TAB) is inviting recent travellers to Vietnam to send feedback about their visa experience as part of an ongoing effort to improve visa policies for tourists.

TAB, a consortium of Vietnam’s leading travel industry stakeholders, launched its visa survey online last week. The board aims to gather a significant number of responses which it will submit to the Vietnamese government in an official report. TAB has successfully lobbied for policy changes in the past, including the expansion of Vietnam’s visa exemption programme.

The survey takes fewer than 10 minutes to complete online, and is open to travellers who have visited Vietnam within the past three months, as well as those who are planning trips. Interested travellers can find links to the survey form on the national tourism website — www.vietnam.travel — and on TAB’s official Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

TAB leaders said the survey was an opportunity for travellers to provide first-hand perspective on Vietnam’s existing visa program, as well as a chance for tourism authorities to understand barriers surrounding visa policy. 

The board is requesting members of the local travel industry, including tour operators and hotels, to share the visa survey with their guests in a united effort to make Vietnam a more competitive and attractive destination within the region. 

See the survey at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/VbJblcC9pKzeoXdl2

 

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ABOUT THE TOURISM ADVISORY BOARD
 
The Tourism Advisory Board (TAB) is represented by Vietnam’s leading tourism stakeholders and has entered into a public-private partnership with the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT). TAB comprises representatives from a broad base of industry leaders in Vietnam’s travel and tourism sector. The mission of the TAB is to increase Vietnam’s competitive advantage as a sustainable tourism and travel destination by leveraging the country’s public and private resources, thus creating a cohesive and comprehensive industry strategy. TAB is grateful to its sponsors: Asia DMC, Muong Thanh Group, SaigonTourist Holding Company, Sun Group, HanoiTourist Holding Company, Thien Minh Group, BIM Land, Vietnam Airlines and VinGroup  -- each of whom are contributing to a privately managed fund dedicated to promoting tourism in Vietnam.