The US’s Thrillist website has named Viet Nam’s Y Ty village among the best-kept secrets in Asia.
Nearly 100 outstanding handicraft items of Venezuela are being on show at an exhibition held by the country’s Embassy in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang.
Four locations in Viet Nam - Ha Noi, Sa Pa and Hoi An towns, and Ha Long city - have been named among the 29 best places to visit in Southeast Asia, as selected by Touropia, a travel website that features the most impressive and popular travel destinations around the world.
A photo exhibition on Viet Nam’s tourism before the country opened its door to the world opened on November 22 at the Viet Nam House in Paris, giving French viewers a rare bit of insight into the lives of Vietnamese people in the 1980s.
The annual food festival titled Taste of the World featuring Vietnamese and international dishes will be held at September 23 Park in HCM City from December 3 to 6.
The Viet Nam - Republic of Korea (RoK) Food & Culture Festival 2015 will be held at the My Dinh National Stadium in Ha Noi on November 28th and 29th.
The UK newspaper The Independent has named Viet Nam among six once-dangerous countries that are now safe holiday destinations.
(TITC) - From 23 to 28 November 2015, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) will organize a famtrip to explore tourist sites in Ha Noi, Vinh Phuc, Phu Tho, Tuyen Quang, Thai Nguyen, Bac Ninh, in an effort to develop “Back to the roots” tourism in the North.
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Viet Nam and the Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) launched a tourism promotion program in Ha Noi on November 23.
“Preserving and promoting world heritage values from the angle of the Thang Long Imperial Citadel” was the main focus of an international workshop in Ha Noi on November 23.
A collection of 82 doctoral laureate steles at Ha Noi’s Van Mieu - Temple of Literature, which was the country’s first university, has been recognised as national treasure.
A 12-metre section of ceramic mosaic mural on Au Co Dyke Road, Hanoi, designed by a group of Venezuelan youngsters, was inaugurated on November 22.