The freshly-ended Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Festival 2017 attracted about 350,000 visitors, a rise of 20 percent over the previous year, according to the organising board.
(TITC) - On 24 March 2017, in Ha Noi, Viet Nam Tourism Association (VITA) in cooperation with Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and Ha Noi’s Department of Tourism organized the press conference to introduce the 5th Viet Nam International Travel Mart – VITM Ha Noi 2017 with the theme “Ha Noi – The destination of Viet Nam”.
(TITC) – From 7-9 April, International Culinary and Music Festival - Food Fest 2017 will take place for the first time in Square of Royal City (Ha Noi) with many exciting activities of food competitions, games and musical performances.
The Gia Lai Week of Culture, Cuisine and Horserace 2017 opened at the Trade Exhibition Centre in Pleiku City, the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai on March 22.
Chefs from many countries attended the second Hoi An International Food Festival which opened at the An Hoi Sculpture Park on Wednesday.
The central province of Thua Thien – Hue held a ceremony to pray for favourable weather, bumper crops, and peace and prosperity for people on March 22, attracting domestic and foreign tourists and locals.
A wide range of cultural activities will be held in Da Nang between 20 April and 30 June on the sidelines of the Da Nang International Fireworks Festival (DIFF) 2017.
The Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Day 2017 themed “Hello summer” will be held at Le Van Tam Park in District 1 from March 23-26.
The Nha Trang Sea Festival will take place in central coastal Khanh Hoa Province from June 10-13 this year, expected to lure about 150,000 visitors to participate in a host of activities.
Myriads of activities featuring the unique culture of ethnic minority groups will be included in the Khau Vai love market festival, which is scheduled in Khau Vai commune, Meo Vac district, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang from March 25-27.
The fourth Ao Dai (traditional long tunic) festival in Ho Chi Minh City, which attracted 70,000 visitors during its two-week course, was rounded off with a concert on the evening of March 17.