Quang Ninh, Phuket discuss post-pandemic tourism recovery
A teleconference was held on September 22 to discuss post-pandemic cooperation between Vietnam’s the northern province of Quang Ninh and Thailand’s Phuket, especially in re-opening tourism markets.
Ensuring safety while resuming international tourism in Phu Quoc
The process of reception international tourists to Phu Quoc is an important matter in the pilot plan of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to reopen international tourism in Phu…
Vietnam and Colombia enhance cooperation in developing and promoting coffee-based tourism
(TITC) On September 16, Embassy of Colombia in Vietnam coordinated with Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) organized webinar on "Coffee-based tourism: from development to promotion". Mr. Miguel Ángel Rodríguez…
Local cake among world’s top 100 delicious cakes
 Tasteatlas, a renowned website for foodies globally, has named Vietnamese dish Pig Skin Cake among its top 100 Most Popular Cakes in the world.
Travellers can pay by e-wallet at airport
The Vimo Technology Joint Stock Company (Vimo.vn) and Southern Airport Services Joint Stock Company (SASCO) have signed a cooperation agreement on launching electronic payment services for Asian tourists when travelling into Viet Nam.  
Photo exhibition highlights beauty of northern Russia
An exhibition entitled ‘Nature of Northern Russia’ opened on October 5 at the Viet Nam Culture and Arts Exhibition Centre at 2 Hoa Lu Street, Ha Noi, promising to bring the astounding beautiful landscapes of northern Russia closer to Vietnamese people.
Fabulous autumn buckwheat flowers in Ha Giang
The northeastern upland province of Ha Giang is known for its unspoiled scenery, magnificent limestone mountains, sloping roads and rich ethnic culture.
Hoi An - Japan cultural exchange opens in Quang Nam
The 15th Hoi An - Japan cultural exchange opened on August 19 in Hoi An ancient city, the central province of Quang Nam. 
“Kong: Skull Island” Studio in Ninh Binh
The studio where parts of the film “Kong: Skull Island” was shot is now a highlight of tourist route No.2 in the Trang An Landscape Complex in the northern province of Ninh Binh. With the world heritage site of Trang An, Van Long Wetland Reserve and Emeralda Resort Ninh Binh have become a more fascinating place for both domestic and foreign tourists.
Viet Nam wows international bloggers
(TITC) – On 28 April 2017, in Ha Noi, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) held a meeting with international bloggers after their trip exploring Ha Noi and Kong: Skull Island’s filming locations in Viet Nam.
Kong: Skull Island studio in Ninh Binh to open
The studio where film Kong: Skull Island was shot in the northern province of Ninh Binh is being restored and will open to tourists on April 15. 
‘Kong Skull Island’ Filming Locations You Can Visit Right Now
In an era where CGI reigns supreme in Hollywood, there are few places left in the world that are able to jar the senses the way computer generated imagery does. Which is why, when Warner Bros. first released the trailer for the long-awaited Kong: Skull Island, viewers marveled at the use of real world locales to bring to life the mythical lair of the mighty…
Launching tours to Viet Nam following “Kong’s footprint”
(TITC) - Recently, “Kong: Skull Island”, Hollywood blockbuster filmed in Viet Nam has been officially released. With 70% content shot in Ha Long Bay, Ninh Binh Province, Quang Binh Province, the movie is creating a new trend of tours following “Kong’s footprint” to admire the famous landscapes in Viet Nam appeared in the movie.
Viet Nam moves to tap film-induced tourism
Viet Nam, with its gorgeous and otherworldly natural and cultural heritage sites, which film producers crave, is willing to host foreign film productions after the fresh success of “Kong: Skull Island” shot in northern Ninh Binh, Quang Ninh and central Quang Binh provinces.
Ninh Binh Province: Legendary land in “Kong: Skull Island”
(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.