Yen Tu application for UNESCO recognition to be completed this year
The three northern provinces of Quang Ninh, Hai Duong, and Bac Giang will complete a scientific dossier seeking UNESCO world heritage recognition for Yen Tu Monuments and Landscapes Complex by July of this year.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City listed among top 100 city destinations
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have been listed among Top 100 City Destinations Index 2021 by London-based market research company Euromonitor International.
Virtual exhibition of Vietnamese lacquer paintings opens
A virtual exhibition of 50 prominent Vietnamese lacquer paintings opened on December 9 at http://trienlamtranhsonmai.trienlamao.net, introducing the essence of Vietnamese art to the public at home and abroad.
Vietnamese ambassadors accompany to promote Vietnam tourism
(TITC) - Vietnam is safe and reopens to international tourists, the message that Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) proposed Vietnamese ambassadors to spread,  VNAT’s Chairman Nguyen Trung Khanh said at the meeting on November 16 with the newly appointed heads of overseas Vietnamese representative missions in 2021.
Efforts made to connect youth with heritage
Vietnam has a number of industrial heritages, including physical remains of manufacturing and mining sites and old factories such as Tran Hung Dao Mechanical Factory, Gia Lam Train Factory, Hanoi Brewery, Dong Xuan Knitting Company, and Ba Son Shipyard Factory. The industrial heritage is not only home to historical artifacts but also holds value regarding architecture, history, culture, and memory.
Oc Eo - Ba The relic site to be proposed for UNESCO recognition
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has assigned the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism to submit a brief report on the Oc Eo - Ba The relic site to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, proposing putting the site on the Tentative List.
More tourist destinations set to welcome back foreign travelers
Along with the launch of a pilot plan aimed at welcoming international tourists to Phu Quoc island, the Vietnamese tourism industry is preparing to gradually expand to other destinations across the country, including Ha Long, Hoi An, Nha Trang, and Da Lat.
Quang Ninh applies itself to developing high-quality tourism
As tourism has a crucial role to play in local socio-economic development, authorities and businesses in northern Quang Ninh province are working hard to lift this industry to a new level and welcome visitors back once COVID-19 is under control.
The unique culinary culture of the central region has long since made a strong impression on domestic and foreign tourists.
Drawing contest about Hà Nội launched
Young artists will have an opportunity to show off their talent and creativity through a drawing contest about Hà Nội.
Farmers in Ca Mau province engage in eco-tourism
Ca Mau, Vietnam’s southernmost province and one of four key economic centers in the Mekong Delta, has a 54-kilometer coastline and two ecosystems of mangrove and cajeput forests recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve. With favorable natural conditions for tourism development, many community-based ecotourism models have been launched and are thriving.
Vietnamese establishment named among top 10 largest hotels in Asia
Situated in Phan Thiet city of Binh Thuan province, APEC Mandala Wyndham Mui Ne features among a list of the top 10 largest hotels in Asia, as compiled by website Traveltoplist.com.
Historic Củ Chi Tunnels site seeks UNESCO World Heritage Site recognition
When people think of the most modern and crowded city in Việt Nam, HCM City first comes to mind.
Vietnam – representative of UNESCO’s values
Since its entry to UNESCO in 1976, Vietnam has worked closely with UNESCO and its members to promote peace, development, solidarity and cooperation between nations and protect cultural values.
National Parks in Cao Bang that you should visit
(TITC) - As part of in UNESCO Non Nuoc Cao Bang Geopark, Phja Oac - Phja Den National Park (73km from Cao Bang City) owns beautiful natural landscape, pure air. The park has great advantages for ecotourism development. Today there are still vestiges of villas and guesthouses built by the French since the early 20th century.