The blacklist of dishonest tourism services and facilities that tend to rip off customers will be made available online, the Việt Nam National Administration of Tourism announced Thursday.
This is one of the measures being implemented as a result of repeated complaints by visitors regarding a number of businesses and localities and their poor-quality services.
The list of such businesses will soon be published on the two websites of VNAT:
VNAT said at a press meeting in Hà Nội, on the occasion of World Tourism Day, September 27.
In the year to September, Việt Nam received 5.49 million turns of international arrivals, a 9.9 percent increase from a year earlier, according to figures released at the event.
The national tourism sector has thus achieved 76.25 percent of its full-year target of welcoming 7.2 million turns of international tourists.
Should this growth remain steady the rest of this year, the country will attract even as many as 7.5 million turns of arrivals, VNAT chief Nguyễn Văn Tuấn said.
Revenue from tourists in the nine-month period is estimated at VND152.8 trillion, up by 23.5 percent from the same period last year.