Mekong Delta craft villages key contributors to sustainable growth
The preservation and development of craft villages in the Mekong Delta has not only made significant socio-economic contributions, they also play a key role in promoting sustainable development.
Identifying opportunities and challenges of the tourism industry in the coming time
(TITC) -  On December 25, conference on "Vietnam tourism - recovery and development" will take place at Cua Lo Town, Nghe An Province. It is organized by the National Assembly's…
Conference on “Vietnam tourism – recovery and development in new normal” to be held in December
(TITC) - Conference on "Vietnam tourism - recovery and development in new normal" is planned to organize by the National Assembly's Committee for Culture and Education, in collaboration with the Ministry…
National conference on tourism 2020 focuses on Linkage, Action and Development
(TITC) - On November 28, 2020, in Quang Nam Province, National conference on tourism was officially opened at Hoiana Resort. Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam attended and chaired the conference.
Folk festivals with tourism development
Since the 1980s, alongside the country’s renovation, folk festivals have gradually been restored and strongly developed over recent years. The trend of restoring folk festivals in contemporary social life contributes to affirming the local cultural identities, as well as attracting more visitors.
Ha Noi implements strategy on cultural industry development
The Ha Noi municipal People's Committee has just issued Plan No.112/KH-UBND to implement the strategy on cultural industry development for Hanoi toward 2020, with a vision to 2030.
Tourism development prioritised in Son La
The northern mountainous province of Son La is making adjustments to its master plan on tourism development while asking the Government to help it develop local traffic infrastructure.
Master plan on Mau Son national tourism zone development
Mau Son tourism zone in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son will be developed as a national tourism destination, with typical forms such as spiritual and eco-tourism under a master plan recently approved by the Prime Minister.