International tourists from South Korea, China, Japan, the United States, Europe, and Thailand traveled to Vietnam to enjoy the festive atmosphere. Ho Chi Minh City took the limelight in tourism during the holiday as it welcomed 1.65 million visitors and made an estimated VND6.4 trillion (US$261.3 million) in tourism revenue. Hanoi took the lead in the number of international tourist arrivals, at 72,000, followed by Ho Chi Minh City, which welcomed more than 46,000 foreign visitors during the holiday. Vietnam looks to attract 17-18 million international travelers and serve 110 million domestic tourists in 2024, while its tourism revenue is expected to amount to VND840 trillion ($34.4 billion). The country welcomed 12.6 million international tourist arrivals and served an estimated 108 million domestic visitors in 2023, according to statistics released on Friday last week by the General Statistics Office.