Viet Nam tourism sector draws up marketing strategy
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism approved a tourism marketing strategy until 2020 including a marketing roadmap on October 23.
Stork Island in Hai Duong to be ranked as National Relic
The Stork Island (Đảo Cò) in the northern province of Hai Duong, will receive a decision to be recognized as National Relic on November 16th, said the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Five Viet Nam hotels and resorts win spots on Condé Nast Traveler list
Conde Nast Traveler’s annual survey has placed five hotels and resorts in Viet Nam on the prestigious travel magazine’s list of top hospitality properties.
Three Vietnamese museums cited in top 25 of Asia
TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel website, has named three Vietnamese museums – the Museum of Ethnology, the Women’s Museum and the War Remnants Museum – in the top 25 most attractive museums in Asia.
Cham people in Ninh Thuan province celebrate Kate festival
The Cham people in central Ninh Thuan province are marking the Kate festival with traditional rituals to remember their ancestors, while praying for good weather, abundant crops and growth of life.
Best heritage photos on display in Ho Chi Minh City
The best 100 photos selected from the 2014 Viet Nam Heritage Photo Awards are being displayed at a four-day exhibition which opened in Ho Chi Minh City on October 22.
First tourism department debuts in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City inaugurates a Department of Tourism, the first of its kind nationwide, on October 23 to enhance management in the field.
Ha Noi keen on promoting tourism
Ha Noi is undertaking maximum efforts to promote its tourism potential on domestic and international promising markets with a view to attracting more tourists to the city.
Vietjet Air cited a top 10 Best Budget Airline
Prestigious online tourism magazine, Smart Travel Asia, has named budget carrier VietJet Air as one of the top 10 Best Budget Airlines in Asia.
Japanese dyeing technique introduced in Viet Nam
The Japanese Embassy in Ha Noi offered visitors an opportunity to discover and practise the Japanese dyeing technique ‘Kusaki-zome’ on October 22.