Temple of Literature to host first-ever summer programme for children
Ha Noi’s Temple of Literature will host a first-ever summer programme for children from June 1 to August 20, which is designed to educate children on Vietnamese traditional cultural values while improving their life skills.  
Hue looks to become ‘food capital’ of Viet Nam
Hue city, which has long been known as the only place in Viet Nam that has royal dishes, is striving to become the capital of gastronomy in Viet Nam.  
National festival reflects diversity of Then signing art
The sixth national festival of the art of Then singing and Tinh gourd lute of the Tay, Nung and Thai ethnic groups officially opened in Ha Giang city, the northernmost…
Red Flamboyant Flower Festival kicks off in Hai Phong
A gala night was held at the Opera House Square in the northern port city of Hai Phong on May 12 as the first out of more than 50 activities within the Hoa Phuong Do (Red Flamboyant Flower) Festival.
Bach Dang Giang: An attractive spiritual destination
Lying just 20 kilometres from the centre of Hai Phong, the Bach Dang Giang relic site is part of the Trang Kenh complex-a group of historical, cultural and spiritual monuments in Hai Phong. The destination was recognized as a national historical relic in 1962 and has been attracting an increasing number of visitors ever since.
Hai Phong to host Flamboyant Flower Festival
The Hoa Phuong Do (Flamboyant Flower) Festival will get underway in the northern port city of Hai Phong on May 12-14 with a wide range of activities.
Construction of five-star hotel begins in Hai Phong
The Hai Phong municipal People’s Committee on May 1 launched the construction of a five-star Pullman Hotel at No.12 Tran Phu street of Ngo Quyen district.
Phu Yen: Hon Yen landscape cluster recognised as national relic site
The landscape cluster of Hon Yen in the central coastal province of Phu Yen has been recognised as a national relic site given its geological, cultural and historical values as well as floral diversity.  
Na Nhem Festival   (Apr 23, 2018)
Na Nhem Festival
Known for its procession of linga and yoni, Na Nhem is an original festival of the Tay in Mo Village, Lang Son Province, to pray for peace and bumper crops.
Hue Festival 2018 seeks more funding
The central province of Thua Thien-Hue is appealing for more financial resources to organise the 10th Hue Festival, which is scheduled to take place from April 27 to May 2.
Viet Nam-Japan culture exchange opened in Hai Phong
The Viet Nam-Japan Culture Exchange kicked off in the northern city of Hai Phong on March 24, as part of activities to mark the 45th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties.
Crab spring rolls   (Mar 26, 2018)
Crab spring rolls
Known as a specialty of Hai Phong, a beautiful coastal province, nem cua be (crab spring rolls) seems not only to satisfy your taste but also bring you a little sunshine, a little sea breeze and even a little hardship of coastal locals.
Japanese cherry blossom exhibition to be held in Hai Phong
A Japanese cherry blossom exhibition will take place in the northern city of Hai Phong from March 23-25, as part of activities to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Viet Nam-Japan diplomatic ties.  
Ten beautiful lakes in Viet Nam
With their wild scenery, Ta Dung Lake, Lap An Lagoon or Suoi Hai Lake have all attracted backpackers from across the nation and around the world.
Minh The Festival recognized as national intangible cultural heritage
Minh The Festival in the northern coastal city of Hai Phong has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as national intangible cultural heritage.