Travel News - Vietnam
HCM City gears up for Japan Festival
Ho Chi Minh City is preparing for the Japan Festival to be held in the city from November 18-20.
Mekong Delta Food Festival delights foodies
Culinary specialties of the Mekong Delta region are on offer from October 28-31 at a food festival in An Hoa Park, Rach Gia City, in the southern province of Kien Giang.
Ha Noi tourism information centre launched
A tourism information centre opened in Ha Noi recently, promising to bring tourists more options to discover the capital city and beautiful places nearby.
Improving position of Bau Truc pottery brand in Vietnamese tourism
Bau Truc Pottery Village in Phuoc Dan Town, Ninh Phuoc District is known as the only Cham pottery village in the south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuan and one of the most ancient in Southeast Asia.
Programme to boost Russian tourism in Viet Nam
The Russian Centre of Science and Culture joined hands with the Southeast Asia representative office of Russian Tourism Agency, the Viet Nam Society of Travel Agents and Aeroflot Airlines to launch a programme themed “Russia in Winter and World Cup 2018” on October 21.
Viet Nam makes a UNESCO push for Dan bau
Vietnamese agencies, including the National Institute of Music, Folk Arts Association of Viet Nam and Viet Nam Musicians’ Association, are aiming to ally with the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports to propose to UNESCO to recognise dan bau, the nation’s monochord zither, as a world heritage.
Viet Nam heritage photo exhibition underway in Binh Thuan
A photo exhibition featuring Viet Nam’s landscapes, daily life and culture opened in the central province of Binh Thuan’s Phan Thiet city on October 23.
Workshop promotes modern tourism
A workshop was held in Ho Chi Minh City on October 20 to promote modern tourism to fully tap Viet Nam’s tourism potential.
Photo exhibition reflects modern Ha Noi
Contemporary life in Ha Noi is reflected through photos displayed at an on-going exhibition in the capital.
Hue Imperial Citadel to open at night next summer
Some places in the Hue Imperial Citadel, the central Thua Thien-Hue province, will open to welcome visitors at night from next summer as a pilot project of the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre.
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