48h Photo Project – A chance for young photo lovers in Ha Noi
The ‘48h Photo Project’ themed ‘I love my city, my people’ will offer young people in Ha Noi a chance to show their love of Ha Noi through their photos.
Ca Mau strives to greets 1.2 million tourists in 2015
The southern tip province of Ca Mau will attempt to receive 1.2 million domestic tourist and 30,000 foreign tourist arrivals in 2015, according to tourism development plan for the province during the 2014-2015 and 2015-2020 period, approved by the provincial People’s Committee.
XQ embroidered artwork exhibition opens in Ha Long
An exhibition featuring hundreds of embroidered artworks opened at Quang Ninh provincial Museum in Ha Long City on October 29.
Quang Nam seeks to preserve Bai Choi singing
International and domestic researchers and artists of folk music presented suggestions about how to preserve and promote Bai choi singing at a workshop on October 29 in central Quang Nam province.
Ha Long Bay souvenir designs awarded prizes
Stone paintings by artisans Do Van Bi and Nguyen Tung Lam were awarded second prizes by Ha Long Bay Management Board in a souvenir design contest.
Ha Long Bay selected as one of top 10 fishing spots around the world
Ha Long Bay has been chosen as one of the world’s best fishing spots by the well-known travel website, Lonely Planet.
Viet Nam welcomes Russia charter flights
Tan Son Nhat International Airport on October 28 welcomed the first charter flight of Nordwind Airlines bringing 287 Russian tourists to Ho Chi Minh City.
Foreign tourist arrivals to HCM city up 8%
Ho Chi Minh (HCM) city has greeted about 3.5 million foreign tourist arrivals from the beginning of the year, a year-on-year rise of 8%, according to a report by the municipal People’s Committee.
Sofitel Metropole HaNoi crowned best hotel in SEA
The 113-year-old Sofitel Legend Metropole Ha Noi has been crowned the best hotel in Southeast Asia by Conde Nast Traveller, one of the world’s most luxury and lifestyle travel publishers.
Bright prospects for Phu Quoc Island’s development
Phu Quoc Island, dubbed the Pearl Island, in the southern province of Kien Giang expects to see a new boost to its socio-economic development with the planned launch on November 1 of two international air routes connecting the island and Singapore and Cambodia’s Siem Reap.