Community-based tourism service providers in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho need to be evaluated and classified by “quality label”, heard a workshop in the city on March 21.
The forest ranger department in the central coastal province of Thua Thien – Hue is set to expand mangrove forests along the Tam Giang lagoon aligning with eco-tourism development.
(TITC) – The tourist sites of Ninh Binh Province including the World heritage site of Trang An Landscape Complex, Tam Coc – Bich Dong, Van Long Wetland Natural Reserve… have been chosen as filming locations for the blockbuster movie Kong: Skull Island.
The south central coastal province of Phu Yen will host the Miss Friendship of ASEAN this year, as announced by the organising board at a press conference on March 21.
Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City Huynh Cach Mang on March 20 hosted a reception for representatives from the Romanian art troupe Doina Gorjului that is performing at the Francophone Week 2017 and the Romania-Viet Nam Friendship Day in the city.
New York, famously known as the “city that never sleeps,” will soon be joined by Ho Chi Minh City, which is aspiring to that status in an effort to step up its tourism game.
The central city of Da Nang will host “Sunshine of March”, the first installation of umbrellas and paintings on umbrella, from March 24-26.
The role of archaeological research in the preservation of the Trang An Landscape Complex in the northern province of Ninh Binh was highlighted at a conference held in Ninh Binh on March 18.
The Da Lat Urban Service Joint-Stock Company in Lam Dong province is planting 42,000 cleome trees to replace buckwheat flowers in order to serve locals and tourists.
A cultural and tourism promotion programme “Quang Binh in the land of Ha Noi” will be launched in Ha Noi’s downtown on March 25, as part of effort to advertise the central province’s culture and tourism potentials to Hanoians and foreign visitors, heard a press conference in the capital city on March 16.
Homestay services are becoming popular across the country, with many people turning their houses into tourist dwellings to welcome foreign visitors.
The Ha Noi Museum received a model of the Mong Phu village gate crafted by Japanese architect Ejima Akiyoshi at a ceremony on March 16.