Hong Kong-based e-commerce travel platform Fayfay.com has signed an MoU with the Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Promotion Center to promote Vietnam tourism, with a special focus on Ho Chi Minh City.
The MoU comes at a strategic time, as visitors from Hong Kong to Vietnam hit a record high in the first 10 months in 2018. It was signed by Tran Ngoc Dong Quan, the vice president of the Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Promotion Center, alongside Kingston Lai and Kelvin Wu, the co-founders of Fayfay.com, in Ho Chi Minh City on December 6.
“We believe strategic joint promotional activities with the Tourism Promotion Center will enable us to leverage our online platform and inspire Hong Kong travellers to visit Ho Chi Minh City,” Wu said in a statement.
Tran Ngoc Dong Quan said that Hong Kong will be the city’s focal market in the coming years, and together with Fayfay.com, he hopes to “make a significant contribution to tourism in Vietnam through joint promotional events, roadshows and media fam trips”.
An e-commerce platform dedicated to Vietnam travel experiences, Fayfay.com offers curated on-the-ground packages and hands-on activities, and also provide travellers with resources such as Visa on Arrival applications, SIM Cards, and private transportation services.