World Travel Awards 2020 names Vietnam winner in various categories

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Phú Quốc beach is famous for its scenic beauty.
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Vietnam has won multiple prizes at the prestigious World Travel Awards (WTA) 2020, being named one of Asia’s leading heritage, cultural and culinary destinations.

The country has surpassed other candidates from Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand.

This year is the second consecutive year Vietnam has been honoured in the big three categories.

Among other categories, Vietnam has also been named Asia’s Best Golf Destination 2020 after beating other reputable nominees such as China, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia.

This is also the fourth consecutive year that the country received this prestigious international award.

The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in the central city of Danang was rewarded with titles Asia’s Leading Luxury Resort 2020, Asia’s Leading Green Resort 2020 and Asia’s Most Romantic Resort 2020.

Meanwhile, InterContinental Phú Quốc Long Beach Resort was voted as Asia’s Leading Luxury Family Resort 2020.

According to the WTA, the enchanting mix of French Indochina haute couture in a mountain setting led Hotel de la Coupole, MGallery Sapa to be voted as the Asia’s Leading Design Hotel.

In the newcomer categories, Vietnam’s Premier Village Hạ Long Bay Resort was named Asia’s Leading New Resort 2020.

In the aviation sector, an unprecedented fleet upgrade has helped Vietnam Airlines lift the title of Asia’s Leading Airline – Economy Class, Asia’s Leading Airline — Premium Economy Class 2020 and Asia’s Leading Cultural Airline 2020.

Bamboo Airways was honoured with the title of Asia’s Leading Regional Airline 2020.

Vân Đồn International Airport in the northern province of Quảng Ninh received two titles of Asia’s Leading Airport Lounge 2020 and Asia’s Leading Regional Airport 2020.

In the category of tour operators, Vietravel received the title of Asia’s Leading Tour Operator 2020.

The awards were issued by WTA following a year-long search for the world’s top travel, tourism and hospitality brands.

Reported as the “travel industry’s equivalent of the Oscars” by The Wall Street Journal, the WTA first launched in 1993 to acknowledge excellence in the travel and tourism industry, was based on the results of votes cast by the public and travel professionals from across the globe.

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