Vietnam tourism authority requires investigating case of nearly 300 Taiwanese tourists stranded on Phu Quoc

February 15, 2024

The Vietnam National Authority of Tourism under the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism on Wednesday asked the Department of Tourism in Kien Giang Province, located in southern Vietnam, to clarify a case in which nearly 300 Taiwanese tourists were left stranded on Phu Quoc Island. It urged the tourism agency in Kien Giang to promptly furnish official information regarding the case to media outlets and the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism. The Kien Giang Department of Tourism is also required to strengthen the oversight of local travel companies and tourist destinations. However, the Taiwanese company still sent the tourists to Phu Quoc while there were no vehicles, accommodations, and tour guides available for them. The Kien Giang authorities also provided support and the nearly 300 Taiwanese travelers returned to Taiwan on Wednesday as scheduled.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News

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