A cake to worship ancestors
A cake to worship ancestors   (Mar 02, 2022)
Ginger-shaped cake is a traditional dish of Cham ethnic people living in the central province of Ninh Thuan and the southwestern region. The traditional cake is also seen at Ba Thu Bon festival taking place in Thu Bon Village in Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam Province.
1 billion USD tourism project kicked off in Ninh Thuan
The F.I.T and Crystal Bay groups on February 25 began the construction of the over-1-billion-USD Cap Padaran Mui Dinh project in the south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuan’s Thuan Nam…
Ninh Thuan Province to welcome domestic tourists
Ninh Thuan Province's People's Committee has reopened tourism to domestic travellers as part of a plan on tourism activities and prevention and control of COVID-19.
Ninh Thuan province works to develop cultural tourism
The south central coastal province of Ninh Thuan is calling for investment in infrastructure and restoration and upgrade of cultural historic relic sites in a move to sustainably develop cultural tourism.  
Ninh Thuan: Cham ethnic group celebrates traditional festival
Cham ethnic people in south central coast Ninh Thuan Province will celebrate the Kate Festival 2016 from September 29–October 1.
Banh can and banh xeo in Ninh Thuan
Made from rice flour, banh can and banh xeo are specialties in Southern and South-Central Viet Nam.
A pristine beach at Dinh Cape   (Jul 15, 2016)
A pristine beach at Dinh Cape
Dinh Cape is around 40 kilometers south of Phan Rang - Thap Cham City, Ninh Thuan Province. It is now easier to travel from the city to Dinh Cape than 10 years ago as an asphalted road has been built to connect Phan Rang - Thap Cham and Ca Ra Commune in Thuan Nam District.
Exploring Cham culture at Po Klong Garai Tower
Po Klong Garai Tower near the city of Phan Rang-Thap Cham in Ninh Thuan Province is an attractive destination for visitors who want to learn about the culture of Cham ethnic people.
Experiencing Kate Festival with Saigon-Ninh Chu Hotel and Resort
Kate Festival is an exotic folk festival of Cham ethnic people. Scheduled for October 11-13, the festival is an occasion for Cham people in the central province of Ninh Thuan to highlight their long-held cultural and historical values.
Cham people in Ninh Thuan celebrate Rija festival
The Cham people in central Ninh Thuan Province, on April 23, began the traditional Rijia festival which is held annually on the occasion of their traditional New Year to pray for favourable weather conditions and bumper crops.
Wonderful passes in South Central Coast
The south-central region of the country is known for many magnificent winding passes that have captured the strong interest of photographers and tourists. Discovering magnificent and risky passes of the South Central Coast will give us unforgettable experience with mixed emotions as well as strengthen our love for nature.
British Council helps improve festival management
A training course on festival management and organisation, the second of its kind organised by the British Council in Vietnam, will be held in the ancient imperial city of Hue from June 10-13.
Enjoy ca tru in Hanoi   (Apr 28, 2009)
Enjoy ca tru in Hanoi
With nearly thousand-year development, ca tru is a scholarly art form that attached to history of Thang Long - Hanoi. After many years of being forgotten, ca tru has been welcomed by people in the recent time.
An agreement on visa exemption for common passport holders signed between Vietnam and Cambodia will take effect as from Dec. 4, 2008 announced the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Special tours for teachers   (Nov 11, 2008)
Special tours for teachers
The Vietravel Company has introduced several special tours for teachers on the occasion of the Vietnamese Teachers’ Day on November 20th, 2008.