A credit contract worth over 2.98 trillion VND (131.12 million USD) was signed on February 27 for the project on building a new international terminal at the Cam Ranh airport in the central province of Khanh Hoa.
Viet Nam’s southern largest economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City introduced its tourism potential and products to Indian visitors at workshop in New Delhi on February 24.
The Asia Golf Tourism Convention 2017 (AGTC) will take place in the central city of Da Nang from May 7 to 13, announced the city’s Department of Tourism.
Viet Nam left strong impression on visitors at the 14th Sakia International Cultural Festival in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo.
A 123-year-old house in Tay Ninh city, the southern province of Tay Ninh, has been recognised as an artistic and architectural relic by the provincial People’s Committee.
The central island district of Ly Son plans to restore a whale skeleton and an exhibition centre for whale skeletons with an investment of 10 billion VND (442,477 USD).
A festival highlighting the worship of Mother Goddess in Viet Nam was held on February 22 at India Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) in New Delhi, India.
According to the Vietnam Association of Photographic Artists, Vietnamese photographers won seven gold medals at international photo contests recently held in India.
Ha Noi will carry out several key projects to create more cultural attraction to serve people, such as building dynamic theatre with lotus symbol and Opera House around West Lake.
The northern mountainous province of Dien Bien and Thailand’s northernmost province of Chiang Rai will make a beeline for forming a cross-border tourism route from Thailand to Dien Bien via Laos while enlarging cooperation in the fields of education, trade, investment and export-import.
The Korean Cultural Center in Viet Nam will coordinate with Heritage Space and Manzi Arts Space to organize a Viet Nam - RoK fine arts exchange in Ha Noi from March 3rd to 31st.
Researcher Tran Tan Vinh from Quang Nam provincial library has completed a 200-page book on the Co Tu ethnic group’s artistic wood sculptures.