Curtains raise for Hanoi Stage Festival 2022
The Hanoi Stage Festival 2022 officially opened at Dai Nam Theatre on the evening of September 25.
8,500 runners join Mekong Delta International Marathon
As many as 8,500 runners joined the Vietcombank Mekong Delta International Marathon - Hau Giang 2022 in Vi Thanh city in the morning of July 17.
Exploring and enjoying natural beauty through camping trips
 Avoiding crowded tourist destinations and looking to deserted camping places to enjoy the nature and feel the peaceful life is a favourite travel trend of many young people, especially in the context that tourism has not been able to resume normally amidst complicated developments of COVID-19 pandemic.
Ice and frost spotted at the peak of Fansipan leaves visitors impressed
Tourists travelling to the top of Fansipan, the nation’s tallest mountain located in the northern province of Lao Cai, were amazed to find ice and frost lining the rocks and pagoda on the morning of December 5.
Leading tourism enterprises won Viet Nam Tourism Awards 2018
(TITC) – On the occasion of the 58th anniversary of Viet Nam's tourism sector (July 9, 1960-2017), on 9 July, in Ha Noi, the winners of Viet Nam Tourism Awards 2018 were honored at a ceremony held by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. The ceremony had the attendance of Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam.  
Cao Bang: Nang Hai festival named national intangible heritage
The ethnic Nang Hai festival in the northern province of Cao Bang has been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage.   
Festival honours Mai Son coffee in Son La
Mai Son Coffee Festival, promoting traditional features and local products, was organised in Mai Son District, Son La Province on October 27.
Viet Nam International Travel Mart 2017 welcomes around 61,000 visitors
The Viet Nam International Travel Mart 2017 (VITM) welcomed around 3,000 businesses and approximately 61,000 visitors during the four-day event, announced the event’s organising board at the closing ceremony in Ha Noi on April 9.
Do Quyen Flower Festival comes to Sa Pa
The Do Quyen (water-rail) Flower Festival 2017 will be organized in Sa Pa Town in the northern province of Lao Cai from March 31 to April 9.
Phu Quoc to host largest regional sea festival
Phu Quoc Island is likely to host Southeast Asia’s largest sea festival next year, according to the Epizode sea festival co-operation project being arranged by Russian entertainment company Epizode, Vietnamese event organiser Dong Do Show Co., and 99 Mountains Company, developer of Sunset Sanato Resort on Phu Quoc.
10 reasons can’t wait to travel Sa Pa, Viet Nam
Sa Pa is home to stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Indochina peak, the Fansipan. The most prominent attraction in the town of Sa Pa is Fansipan, which is the highest mountain in Viet Nam and it is only 19km from town.
Festival dedicated to Bodhisattva opens in Bac Lieu
A festival dedicated to Quan Am (Bodhisattva) Nam Hai opened at the Statue of Bodhisattva area in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu on April 21.