A series of new TV programmes dedicated to Vietnamese tourism was launched on September 27.
German Television ARD is finalizing shots for a TV show on Viet Nam’s landscapes and people.
More than 400 of Viet Nam’s archaeological treasures will displayed at the LWL Museum in Germany from October 7 to February 26 to celebrate more than 40 years of diplomatic ties between the two countries.
The PM has approved a master plan for the development of Lao Cai Province’s Sa Pa National Tourism Area until 2030, with the goal of developing unique and high-quality tourism products and attracting about 5.2 million of visitors.
French and Vietnamese experts met recently in Can Tho to discuss how to better preserve the cultural heritage of Viet Nam, particularly in the central province of Thua Thien– Hue.
More than 40 photos on Da Nang city tourism were on display at an exhibition which opened in the framework of the 5th Asian Beach Games 2016 (ABG 5) on September 24th.
Work on “Forgotten Land” sand statue park was launched in Phan Thiet city, the southern central province of Binh Thuan, on September 27, aiming to offer a new tourism product for visitors.
The People’s Committee of the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has approved the “Culture-Tourism Village of the Mong Ethnic Group” project in Pa Vi Ha hamlet, Pa Vi commune, Meo Vac district in an effort to preserve and promote the traditional cultural values of the ethnic group and attract more tourists.
A bronze drum has been unearthed near the Ho Dynasty Citadel, a UNESCO world heritage site in the central province of Thanh Hoa.
Shows featuring hat boi (classical drama) will be launched in southern Vinh Long province in an bid to attract tourists and preserve traditional theatre, the province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has said.
Russia is listed among 10 markets with the highest growth of tourists to Viet Nam.
Ha Noi authorities plan to open nine more pedestrian areas in the Old Quarter in October this year.