JavaScript is off. Please enable to view full site.

​Unlicensed Chinese travel company exposed in south-central Vietnam

Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 18:01 GMT+7

Vietnamese police found a group of seven foreigners managing an unlicensed international tourist firm last week after multiple days of keeping a watch on them.

The seven foreigners are Chinese, operating an illegal company in a rented building on Tran Quang Khai Street, in Nha Trang, the capital city of Khanh Hoa Province, authorities said.

The organization was headed by Zen Da Long, who failed to present legal documents for his business in Vietnam at the time police officers performed the house check on January 25.

The Chinese man said that he gathered several other fellows to establish a shadowy travel company.

He contacted his partners in China in order to arrange trips between his country of origin and Nha Trang for a long time without permission from Vietnamese authorities.

Police said on Tuesday that they have been assembling necessary documents to deal with the case.

ike us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to get the latest news about Vietnam!

Thai Xuan / Tuoi Tre News


Read more




Experience summer sand-boarding in Mui Ne

Sand-boarding, a popular activity amongst local children in the coastal tourism town of Mui Ne in south-central Vietnam, is attracting hundreds of tourists to the Red Sand Dunes

Young maple trees given better protection as Hanoi enters rainy season

The trees are currently growing well, with green leaves and healthy branches.

Hunting skinks for food in southern Vietnam

Skink meat is known to be soft, tasty, and highly nutritious.

Vietnamese-made app allows people to grow real veggies via smartphone

Nguyen Thi Duyen, a young engineer in Hanoi, developed the app and its related services to help busy people create their own veggie gardens.

Chinese tourists hit by Vietnamese over dine and dash

Four Chinese were reportedly injured, with one having a broken arm.

Latest news