Chinese Yam cakes – a rural gift when coming to Hung Kings’ Temple
Hung Kings’ Temple National Historic Site is located in Co Tich village, Hy Cuong commune, Viet Tri city, Phu Tho province. This is not only a sacred land, but also a famous tourist destination with charming landscapes and local specialties, leaving a special mark in the hearts of tourists.
Youth orchestra spreads the love of classical music
With the recent special concert entitled VYO Grand Concert, the Vietnam Youth Orchestra (VYO) had an impressive debut at the Hanoi Opera House.
Foreign arrivals return to Phu Tho via waterway
The northern province of Phu Tho welcomed a group consisting of international tourists from the United States, the UK, Australia, and Norway on a Pandaw yacht on September 16.
Phu Tho: Thanh Thuy makes a breakthrough in tourism and service development
Thanh Thuy district - a potential land favored by nature with the advantages of natural conditions and people, along with cultural values, especially hot mineral water streams, has created for Thanh Thuy its own unique features in terms of spiritual and ecological culture.
Hung Kings' death anniversary to be commemorated both at home and abroad
The death anniversary of Hung Kings – the legendary founders of the nation – will be connected online to more than 40 countries and territories on April 10 or the 10th day of the third lunar month.
VNAT’s Vice Chairman Ha Van Sieu offers badges “Conquering Son Doong cave - the world’s largest cave” to the BBC film team
(TITC) - On 19th February, in Quang Binh Province, Quang Binh Department of Tourism in association with Oxalis Co., Ltd (Oxalis Adventure) held a meeting with the nature film team of BBC Landmark Natural History Series after the team finished the recording programme at Phong Nha - Ke Bang.
Hung Kings Temple Festival to be scaled down amid COVID-19 fears
The northern midland province of Phu Tho will only hold religious rituals the Hung Kings Temple Festival this year to commemorate the founders of the Vietnamese nation, due to the complex nature of the prolonged COVID-19 outbreak.
Vietnam set to welcome 18 million foreign visitors by 2026
The nation has set a target of welcoming 18 million foreign visitors and approximately 85 million domestic arrivals by 2026, thereby achieving a total tourism revenue of roughly VND800 trillion to VND900 trillion.
HCM City: Hot air balloons festival celebrates 1st founding anniversary of Thu Duc City
A festival of hot air balloons, yachts and water sports activities celebrating the first anniversary of the founding of Thu Duc City opened at the Saigon River Tunnel in Thu Duc City on January 22-23.
Aviation sector proposes limiting combo flights at Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat airports
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has made a proposal aimed at limiting combo flights to reduce congestion occurring at COVID-19 testing areas at both Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat International Airports.
Potentials for developing “creative cities”
With potential for development in the fields of music, literature, and folk art, many Vietnamese cities have been meeting all conditions to join UNESCO's Creative Cities Network. However, this requires the initiative and determination of the authorities at all levels and appropriate policies based on the actual situation and potential of each city.
Children's Tet paintings celebrate New Year
A selection of 57 paintings by children are on display at the New Spring – New Artworks exhibition in celebration of the coming Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays in the central city of Da Nang.
Discovering Chà Lòi cave in Quảng Bình
Quảng Bình Province, the kingdom of caves, is famed for caves like Sơn Đòong, Phong Nha, Én and Tú Làn. However, there is a new magnificent and mysterious cave that opened for visitors recently, called Chà Lòi cave.
The beauty of Vietnamese landscape and people are honored in Travel Photographer Awards
Some Vietnam-themed beautiful photos have won high prizes at the “Travel Photographer of the Year 2020” contest.
Foreign tourists send heartfelt thank-you letters to Vietnam following isolation period
 “We hope to return to Vietnam and explore it properly under better circumstances. Many thanks, from Ethan and Uyoa.”, two Irish tourists displayed their sincere thanks to Vietnamese medical workers for the assistance provided to the pair during their compulsory 14-day quarantine period in Nghe An.