Hoi An, Sapa and Hanoi lead favourite destinations for photography in Vietnam
Hoi An, Sapa and Hanoi lead the top ten favourite destinations for photography in Vietnam according to assessment of global tourists.
Sapa and Ninh Binh listed among up-and-coming destinations in Asia
Vietnam’s Sapa Town (in Lao Cai Province) and Ninh Binh Province have been listed among 14 up-and-coming destinations in Asia, which were announced by the US-based travel site TripstoDiscover.
Ha Noi exhibition to feature flowers
More than 100 oil paintings of flowers by painter Dinh Thanh Van will on display at 16 Ngo Quyen Exhibition House in Ha Noi from December 30 to January 13.  
Sapa   (Jun 06, 2017)
Ho Chi Minh City to hold Belgian beer fest
The Belgian Beer Festival will be organised for the first time late this month in Ho Chi Minh City, following its first appearance in Ha Noi in 2014.
Hoi An listed among top romantic destinations
Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam has been ranked fourth among the top 10 most romantic destinations in the world by the US news station CNN thanks to its ancient beauty and delicious food.
Northern province to launch spiritual tours from August
The northern province of Lao Cai will offer a tour of Mother Goddess worshipping sites along the Red River from August 10, hoping to draw more visitors to the border locality.
 Ha Long Tourism and Trade Fair opens
As part of the series of activities responding Ha Long Carnival 2014, Ha Long Tourism and Trade Fair kicked off at the Children’s Cultural Palace in Ha Long city in the evening of April 25.
Viet Nam Airlines increases flight on Hanoi-Tuy Hoa route
Viet Nam national flag carrier Viet Nam Airlines on March 25 announced that it has increased a round-trip flight on Hanoi-Tuy Hoa route in the coastal province of Phu Yen in order to meet growing passenger demand for Viet Nam Seafood Festival 2014.
Hue attracts 1.5 mln tourists in first half
Central Thua Thien-Hue province welcomed almost 1.5 million guests in the January-June period, earning over VND 1.2 trillion (US$72 million) in revenue, which is 111.32% higher than the same period last year.