Vietnam’s destinations win big at World Travel Award 2023

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(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam has excellently surpassed numerous regional candidates to retain the prestigious title of “Asia’s Leading Destination” at the World Travel Awards 2023.

This year, Hanoi has been recognized with three prestigious awards, including “Asia’s Leading City” and “Asia’s Leading City for Short-Term Vacations”. The Hanoi Department of Tourism also claimed the title of the “Leading City Tourism Management Agency”. (Photo:

Hoan Kiem Lake in an autumn morning (Photo: Giang Trinh/FB Hanoi Fan)

Ho Chi Minh City has received recognition in two categories: “Best City for Tourism and Work” and “Asia’s Leading Festival and Event Destination”. (Photo:

Situated in the heart of District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, the magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral stands as an iconic symbol of the city, showcasing its ancient French architecture. (Photo:

Hoi An has proudly been named “Asia’s Leading Cultural City Destination” for the fourth time. This prestigious title was also awarded to Hoi An in 2022, 2021, and 2019. (Photo: Quang Nam Newspaper)

Hoi An at night (Photo: Pullman Danang Beach Resort)

Ha Giang has received the esteemed recognition as “Asia’s Leading Emerging Tourist Destination”. Notably, this year marks the first occasion that Ha Giang has been honored with a WTA award. Tu San Alley, located at the foot of Ma Pi Leng Pass, with the Nho Que River gracefully flowing along the curves of Hanh Phuc Road. (Photo:

In autumn, as visitors make their way to the Dong Van Karst plateau in Ha Giang, they will be greeted with the captivating sight of vibrant buckwheat flowers adorning the landscape. (Photo: VOV)

Phu Quoc has been bestowed with the prestigious award of “Asia’s Leading Luxury Tourist Island” for the very first time. Phu Quoc was also honored by WTA in the category of “Top Natural Island in the Region” last year. (The Sunset Town. Photo: Sun Property)

Phu Quoc is renowned for its abundance of world-class luxury resorts. (Photo: VOV)

Ha Nam has achieved a remarkable double distinction as “The Leading Regional Cultural Destination in Asia and Vietnam”. This year marks Ha Nam’s first-ever win of a WTA award. Dawn at Jade Pagoda on top of That Tinh Mountain, Tam Chuc Buddhist Cultural Center, Kim Bang, Ha Nam. (Photo: Nguyen Gia Bao/

Vu Dai craft village, in Hoa Hau commune, Ly Nhan district, Ha Nam. (Photo:

Moc Chau in Son La province has been bestowed with the esteemed double award of “Asia and Vietnam’s Leading Natural Destination”. This remarkable achievement marks the second consecutive year that Moc Chau has been honored by WTA in these two prestigious categories. Serene green space in Ban Ang pine forest, Moc Chau. (Photo: Nick M.)

Dai Yem Waterfall, Moc Chau. (Photo: Facebook Son Hoa Nguyen)

Cuc Phuong was honored as “Asia’s Leading National Park 2023”. (Photo: Facebook Cuc Phuong National Park)

This is the fifth time Cuc Phuong has received an award in this category. (Photo: FaceBook Cuc Phuong National Park)