Also on this occasion, 15,000 city dwellers travelled abroad, mainly to Australia, the US, Europe, the Republic of Korea (RoK), Thailand, Cambodia, and Taiwan and Hong Kong (China).
Travel agents also reported year-on-year increases of 20-30 percent in the number of travellers.
The city expects to welcome 288,000 international tourists in February, a year-on-year rise of 15 percent. The occupancy rate of three to five-star hotels reached 68 percent during Tet.
The city has also upgraded its entertainment facilities which have attracted more than 2 million visitors.