The 21st South-Central Coast and Central Highlands region Art Photography Festival was organised in Tam Ky City, Quang Nam Province on July 28.
(TITC) – On 25 July 2016, in Ha Noi, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in collaboration with Bank for Investment and Development of Viet Nam (BIDV) organized a press conference to introduce Forum connecting tourism space “Four Countries - One Destination” and expanding cooperation in the banking sector among Cambodia - Laos - Myanmar - Viet Nam (CLMV).
McKinsey & Company Viet Nam, a subsidiary of the US McKinsey group, has agreed to design a plan for tourism development in the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark in the north mountainous province of Ha Giang.
Touropia, which features the most amazing sights around the world divided into “best of” lists, has recently named Ha Long Bay as the third most ideal tourist attraction in Southeast Asia.
(TITC) – On 20 July 2016, the Seminar on promoting Viet Nam – Gifu tourism took place in Gifu, Japan.
The imposing scenes and thrilling beauty of Ha Long Bay, Trang An Complex and mountains in Quang Binh Province are showcased in the official trailer for the Hollywood blockbuster Kong: Skull Island.
A collection of 49 outstanding paintings by Vietnamese contemporary artists are on display in an exhibition at the HCM City Fine Arts Museum.
Artifacts dating back to the 16th century were found during a trial excavation at the relic of Thi Nai - Nuoc Man commercial port in the central province of Binh Dinh.
The northern province of Bac Giang has set the goal of attracting more than 1 million tourists by 2020, including over 11,700 foreigners, and earning over 830 billion VND (37.2 million USD).
Vietnamese and RoK contemporary painters and sculptors are converging in their first ever exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City to deliver their unique styles exploring the diversity of lively life in their respective countries.
The Viet Nam-Egypt Cultural Week kicked off on July 21 in El Gouna city, a tourist resort in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt.
The ancient city of Hoi An will expand the area for walking streets to Hoang Dieu and Hoi An market - outside of the old quarter - in an effort to create more space for tourists and ease the crowding of tourists in old quarters.