Lai Chau province uses culture to develop tourism
20 ethnic minority groups live in Lai Chau province. In the 3 years since the province passed a resolution to preserve and promote the traditional culture of ethnic groups to boost tourism from 2021-2025, with a vision to 2030, local villages have restored many traditional costumes and festivals, which have popularized Lai Chau province as a tourist attraction.
Tourism and green investment in Quang Nam
 Green tourism is still a trend. Concurrently, green investment is considered a lever for tourism development.
Red ceramic street opens in Vinh Long Province
A ceremony was held by the Vinh Long Provincial Department of Trade and Industry, the Provincial Ceramics and Tile Association, and the Provincial Association of Literature and Arts, to officially…
Community-based tourism makes Bac Kan an idyllic getaway in Vietnam’s northeast
In recent years, Bac Kan province has emerged as a magnet for both local and international travelers, allured by its community-based approach to tourism. Once a pivotal bastion during the August Revolution 78 years ago, Bac Kan has transitioned into a hub of cultural immersion, where homestays harmoniously blend with authentic ethnic minority villages. Amidst this vibrant tapestry, the enchanting melodies of traditional “Then Singing” and the music of the Tinh resonate, embracing visitors with a heartfelt welcome.  
Thai Nguyen: Ghenh Che lake recognized as a community tourism site
Recently, the provincial People's Committee issued a Decision to recognize Ghenh Che community tourism site, located in Binh Son commune (Song Cong City), managed by the Ghenh Che Community Tourism Cooperative.
Exploiting the potential of sea and island tourism
Vietnam Tourism Marketing Strategy for 2030 has identified sea and island tourism as one of the four main tourist product lines that should be prioritised for development in the country. This is also a "magnet" that has attracted up to 70% of the total number of tourists. However, to exploit and promote more strongly the abundant potential of sea and island tourism, there are still…
Chau Doc (An Giang) - a locality with great potentials for spiritual tourism development
Located at the beginning of the southwestern border of the country, Chau Doc city has a rather special geographical position, located at the confluence of rivers, where the Chau Doc and Hau rivers meet; in the middle of 3 busy economic border gates: Tinh Bien international border gate, Vinh Xuong international border gate - Tan Chau town and Khanh Binh national border gate - An…
Quang Nam: Green tourism in mountainous areas
 Mountainous areas from Quang Nam to Quang Binh provinces are developing green tourism based on local natural and cultural values.
Vietnam to expand list of countries with visa-free entry
The Government has requested that the National Assembly move to consider and grant approval to a resolution at its upcoming session to facilitate visa and immigration policies in an effort to promote socio-economic development and stimulate tourism.
Promoting values of heritages in Da Nang
As a land with a long tradition, and cultural and historical values accumulated over thousands of years, Ngu Hanh Son District in Da Nang converges many factors to become an attractive destination for tourists thanks to its special natural scenery, and spiritual festivals and cultural events. The preservation and promotion of the value of each heritage will create a development lever for the district, and the…
Ethnic minority cultures attract tourists to Lai Chau
The culture of ethnic communities is what attracts domestic and foreign tourists to Lai Chau province. Preserving it is a big part of the province’s tourism development strategy.
Choan Then: A unique village in the clouds
Tourists to Y Ty commune, Bat Xat district, in northern Lao Cai province should not miss a visit to Choan Then village, which is dubbed as “a village in the cloud”, as it is submerged in a sea of floating clouds all year round.
Ly Son (Quang Ngai Province) to become a sea island tourism hub
The Politburo’s Resolution on “Developing socio-economy and ensuring security and defense in the North Central and the Central Coast Region until 2030, with a vision to 2045” aims to turn Ly Son island into a sea and island tourism hub. The local authority and people are determined to build Ly Son into a civilized, modern island which is important to national defense and security.
Long An tourism is becoming more fresh and attractive
As the gateway connecting the Southeast with the Mekong Delta region, adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City, Long An has favorable conditions for economic development, cultural exchange, and tourism connection. On the basis of interest in preserving, honoring and promoting cultural and historical values as well as focusing on exploiting potentials and strengths, building tours, routes, Long An tourism industry is expected to be more…
Lao Cai province preserves ethnic culture for tourism development
Lao Cai province has 50 national and provincial cultural relic sites and 40 national intangible cultural heritages. Some of them were added to UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. This is the foundation for Lao Cai to develop various types of tourism.