By: Jiehua ZhouThe trip to Vietnam is a trip through the history of China’s capital city Hanoi.
As the capital of Hanois communist revolution, Hano is the site of one of the most important cultural centers in the world.
In China, the capital city of Hato is the most popular tourist destination for foreign travelers.
As one of Chinas largest cities, Hato has been the site for the city’s many events and festivals.
With the country’s modern history and architecture, Hao has become a popular place for tourists to visit, especially when the country has its fair share of bad weather.
But that all changed when the Vietnam War erupted.
In the war, Vietnam lost more than 20% of its territory, including a major island chain called Phuoc Thu.
As a result, the tourist industry in Vietnam was hit hard.
The Vietnamese government responded to this by providing food and other basic needs to the region.
This resulted in a rapid increase in tourists visiting the capital.
In 2017, the government set up a tourist bureau in Hano.
In 2018, the bureau expanded to include all of the major cities of the country.
Now, the city of Ha Long has come to the forefront of tourism in Vietnam.
According to Hano Tourism, Ha Long’s new tourist bureau has attracted nearly 40,000 tourists a day.
As of March 2018, about 25% of the people who visit Hano annually are foreign.
According to the Hano Government, this increase in foreign visitors comes from two factors: an increase in the number of tourists visiting Hano from China, and an increase of foreign visitors visiting the city.
According the official government statistics, foreigners have increased to nearly 30% of H.L.H. visitors from China in 2018.
This has also led to an increase by more than 15% in foreign tourists from Vietnam to China.
This trend is not a new phenomenon.
In 2015, the Chinese tourists accounted for around 7% of foreign tourists in H.H., and the number increased to more than 10% in 2016.
This increase in tourism comes despite the fact that many of the tourists are from China and Vietnam.
As of 2017, more than 1.3 million Chinese tourists visited H. H. and H.A.C.B.
H has also reported an increase this year in the percentage of Chinese tourists visiting Vietnam.
According Hano City Council Chairman, Luu Hoan, foreign tourists are a vital part of the tourism industry.
“When we look at the tourist arrivals in 2018, it shows that the number is increasing,” Luu said.
“The increase in Chinese tourists has been a huge boost to H.C.”
According to Hsuan Yu, the number one priority for the Ha Long Tourism Bureau is to improve the tourist facilities in Hlong Ha.
Hsuen says the number three priority is to develop a tourism industry that will be beneficial to the city as a whole.
“In addition to the infrastructure that is being developed, we have to invest in infrastructure that will attract foreign visitors to the Ha Ha,” Hsuun said.
According Hoang Nghia, head of the Hlong Hoa Tourism Bureau, foreign visitors are a very important source of income.
“There are people from abroad who visit the city to take advantage of the city, which helps the city grow,” Hoang said.
Hong Nghias efforts to attract foreign tourists have been successful.
The Bureau has secured over 60,000 visitor applications.
According the official statistics, H.N. visitors are estimated to make a total of $5.6 million in 2018 and $11.5 million in 2019.
The city of Hoan has been awarded the 2020 Tourism Award by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture.
The award was bestowed on the city because of its impressive tourism development, Hoan said.
The city is planning to increase the number and size of tourist offices in 2018 to attract more visitors.
According one of Hsuans top priorities for the new Hano tourism bureau, Hoang says that H. N. tourists have made the city the number-one tourist destination in the country and the H.S. tourism industry is going to boom in the next few years.
According Luu, foreign visits are an important part of Hlong’s tourism.
N.,” Luu continued, “has been our number one tourist destination since the beginning.
We hope that foreign visitors will continue to come to Hlong, especially those from China.”