Preparations for Hung Kings Temple Festival complete
Preparations for the Hung Temple Festival 2010 and the celebration of the death anniversary of the Hung Kings have been basically complete, said the organising board on April 10. The organising board has mobilised more than 1,000 artists to perform at the opening and closing ceremonies and other cultural arts programmes during the 10-day festival in the northern midland province of Phu Tho.
HCMC food and tourism festival under way
The Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Festival 2010 opened on April 8, featuring more than 150 pavilions from travel companies, hotels and airlines both in and outside the city.
Hung Temple Festival to be held on a grand scale
The Hung Temple Festival 2010 will be held across the country in the most spectacular way so far, with various activities, including large-scale art performances and the participation of senior…
Tien Giang to host first Vietnam Fruit Festival
The first Vietnam Fruit Festival, organised by People's Committee of Tien Giang Province, will run from April 19 to 24.
Bac Ninh Festival 2010 to be organised at national level
The Bac Ninh Festival 2010 will be held at the national level at the Kinh Bac cultural centre, said Nguyen Dang Tuc, Director of the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, on April 1. Party and State leaders, representatives from ministries, agencies, embassies and Ly clan representatives from the Republic of Korea will attend the opening ceremony on April 17.
Monastery hosts festival    (Mar 31, 2010)
Monastery hosts festival
The annual Tay Thien Festival opened on March 30, the 15th day of the 2nd lunar month, at the Truc Lam (Bamboo Forest) Tay Thien Zen Monastery in the northern province of Vinh Phuc.
Vietnamese cultural festival in Taiwan
The “Vietnam-our homeland” festival will take place at the Taiwan National University (NTU) on April 3.
Fireworks dazzle Danang    (Mar 29, 2010)
Fireworks dazzle Danang
The coldness of a sudden monsoon couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of tens of thousands of people who elbowed themselves into the crowd along the Han River on March 27 night for the start of a two-day international fireworks competition in the central city of Danang.
Kite-flying festival raises spirits
More than 300 artists and connoisseurs from 24 countries and territories gave dazzling kite-flying performances at the second International Kite Festival which opened in Vung Tau on March 26.
Various events to celebrate Hung Kings’ death anniversary
The Hung Temple Festival 2010 and the celebration of the death anniversary of the Hung Kings will be hosted at Hung Temple in Phu Tho Province from April 14 to 23 with a wide range of activities featuring national characters and typical cultural features of each region.
Halong Tourism Festival to kick off next month
The Halong Tourism Festival 2010 will take place in the northern border province of Quang Ninh from April 29 to May 2. Visitors to the event will have an opportunity to participate in various activities, such as a beauty pageant, a photo exhibition of Halong Bay, a concert, boat-racing, a music performance and fireworks display.
Hung Temple Festival to open with artistic ceremony
The opening ceremony of the festival to commemorate the death of the Hung Kings will take place on April 14 nights with a programme of singing, dancing and music on an imposing stage of Vietnamese culture.
City plans for Tourism Day   (Mar 22, 2010)
City plans for Tourism Day
Entrepreneurs and tourism promoters have registered 136 booths at this year’s annual HCMC Tourism Day which will take place at 23/9 Park in downtown HCMC between April 8 and 11.
Animated festivities to open in Quang Nam and Thanh Hoa
To mark the 50 years of friendship between Quang Nam and Thanh Hoa (March 12, 1960-2010), the two provinces will host many artistic and cultural programs.
Hoi An marks liberation day by culture, tourism events
A week of culture and tourism events will take place in the central ancient city of Hoi An from March 21 to 28 to welcome the 35th anniversary of the city liberation (March 28, 1975).