Vietnam’s international tourism is on the road to a steady recovery, attracting more than one million foreign visitors in July, the highest monthly total in the past three years, tourism authorities recently reported. This is the first time in three years that Vietnam has received more than one million international visitors in a single month. The growth of foreign arrivals has contributed to boosting the country’s total tourism revenue for January-July to VND416.6 trillion (US$17.54 billion), the VNAT stated. The agency believes that such positive results mean that the year’s target of eight million international travelers is well within the reach of the country’s tourism sector. The rate of Chinese tourists returning to Vietnam is the highest among foreign travelers back to the Southeast Asian country after the pandemic, HSBC experts commented.