Gong Culture Festival 2022 attracts nearly 1,000 artists
Approximately 1,000 performers and artists took part in the Gong Culture Festival 2022 which opened on June 27 in the central province of Quang Nam.    
International reporters being impressed with the programme "Experiencing Quang Nam"
Tourism products associated with nature and indigenous culture of ethnic minorities among the majestic Truong Son Mountains in Quang Nam Province have left a good impression on international reporters, when…
Kon Trang Long Loi community-based tourism village inaugurated in Kon Tum
The People’s Committee of Dak Ha district in Kon Tum province held a ceremony on January 9 to inaugurate the Kon Trang Long Loi community-based tourist village, the first of…
Festival helps promote northwestern community-based tourism
A northwestern region community-based tourism village festival concluded in Mai Chau district of Hoa Binh province on October 9 after three days.
Moc Chau Plateau - An impressive destination in the Northwest region
(TITC) - Located about 200km to the west of Ha Noi, at an altitude of over 1,000m, Moc Chau Plateau in Moc Chau District, Son La Province is an ideal destination in the journey of exploring the Northwest region thanks to its cool and fresh atmosphere, endless green tea hills, gardens of plum and apricot trees and various flowers, etc.
Can Tho: Community-based tourism services need “quality label”
Community-based tourism service providers in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho need to be evaluated and classified by “quality label”, heard a workshop in the city on March 21.
Experiencing many specific tourism activities in Lao Cai
(TITC) - Located in the North-West of Viet Nam, with unspoiled and majestic natural landscapes, fresh and cool air, and diversified culture characteristic, Lao Cai Province is an ideal eco-tourism and community-based tourism site for visitors.
Experience community-based tourism and leisure on Vinh Thuc Island of Quang Ninh Province
(TITC) - Vinh Thuc Island has a total area of nearly 5,000ha, belonging to Vinh Thuc and Vinh Trung communes, Mong Cai City, Quang Ninh Province, from the mainland about 10km. This is the habitat of more than 700 households who live mainly on fishing and farming.
VNAT receives Presidential letter of commendation for its contribution to social welfare
(TITC) – On 30 March 2016, at the Presidential Palace in Ha Noi, President Truong Tan Sang met agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals who have significantly contributed to the social welfare in the period 2011-2016. In attendance was Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan.
Community-based tourism in Sin Sui Ho hamlet
Mong ethnic people in Sin Sui Ho hamlet, Lai Chau province, have been developing community-based tourism to leverage its natural beauty and unique cultural values.
Phu Yen’s vegetable village develops community-based tourism
Ngoc Lang Vegetable Village in Binh Ngoc Commune, Tuy Hoa City, central Phu Yen Province is looking to develop community-based tourism to maximise its potential.
Ca Mau looks to earn 13 million USD from tourism
The southernmost province of Ca Mau hopes to receive 970,000 tourists in 2015, including 21,000 international visitors, generating 280 billion VND (13 million USD).
Bac Giang: Community-based tourism attractive to foreigners
The 100 sq.m old wooden house owned by Nguyen Thi Thai, 66, in Tuan Mau commune, Son Dong district, Bac Giang province, has become a stop-over for many foreign tourists over the two years when they visited the northern locality.
Ha Giang to host first northwestern tourism fair
The first Northwestern Region Tourism Fair 2014 will be held in Ha Giang city, the capital of northern mountainous province of Ha Giang from October 17-19, Vice Chairman of Ha Giang provincial People’s Committee Tran Duc Quy revealed.
Ha Noi undertakes efforts to attract more visitors
Ha Noi’s tourism sector is taking a wide range of measures, including increasing the number of services on offer, improving the quality of services, and boosting links with other localities in an effort to lure more holiday-makers to the capital.