Bai Tu Long National Park (Quang Ninh) - A journey back to nature
Located in the complex of Bai Tu Long Bay, Bai Tu Long National Park surrounded by gigantic rocky limestone mountains includes primitive forests, rare wildlife species and precious flora.
Festival promotes northwest ethnic groups’ culture, tourism
The 14th Culture, Sports and Tourism Festival for ethnic groups in Vietnam’s northwest region is scheduled to be held in Phu Tho Province from December 2-4.
Exhibition features President Ho Chi Minh's sayings in Korean calligraphy
An exhibition with the theme of “President Ho Chi Minh’s sayings in Korean calligraphy” kicked off on November 28 at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi.
Space of UNESCO-recognized intangible cultural heritages opens in Bac Lieu
The "Space of convergence of Vietnamese Intangible Cultural Heritages’ quintessence" opened at the Cao Van Lau Theater in Bac Lieu City in the Mekong Delta province of the same name on November 27.
Ancient Champa cultural vestiges in Marble Mountains
Architect Henri Parmentier, who was the first to pay attention to the ancient Cham traces in Marble Mountains, was also the one credited with establishing the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture. Therefore, this unique museum was once named after him in 1936.
Remembering U Minh Ha Forest   (Nov 28, 2022)
Remembering U Minh Ha Forest
The beauty of U Minh Ha National Park, a wild and mysterious flooded forest near the southernmost tip of the country, will make visitors both nervous and surprised.
Art space spotlights lotus in Vietnamese culture
An art space entitled ‘Lotus in the cultural life of Vietnamese people’ has opened at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts (VECCA) in Hanoi as a highlight of the Cultural and Tourism Week on Green Heritage.
Khe Van waterfall in Quang Ninh
Owing to its pristine natural beauty, Khe Van waterfall in the mountainous district of Binh Lieu is known as an attractive destination for adventurous tourists.
Exhibition honours cultural heritages of ethnic minority groups in Lang Son
On November 22, the cultural heritages of Tay, Nung and Dao ethnic minority groups were introduced at an exhibition, which officially opened in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son.
Art space spotlights lotus in Vietnamese culture
An art space entitled ‘Lotus in the cultural life of Vietnamese people’ has opened at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts (VECCA) in Hanoi as a highlight of the Cultural and Tourism Week on Green Heritage.
Calligraphy exhibition opens at Temple of Literature
A calligraphy exhibition opened at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi on November 20 to mark Vietnamese Teachers’ Day (November 20) and Vietnamese Cultural Heritage Day (November 23).
Hanoi promotes cultural industry development
In 2022, Hanoi became the first locality in Vietnam to issue a resolution targeting comprehensive and sustainable cultural development in terms of scale, product quality, service, market and modern infrastructure. It is also set to turn culture into a key economic driver.
Hot Banh duc for Hanoi's winter days
Despite a wealth of Hanoi light snacks, hot Banh duc (cake made of rice flour and lime water) still holds an irreplaceable position on the locals’ list of choices.
International Experimental Theatre Festival opens in Hanoi
The fifth International Experimental Theatre Festival kicked off on November 15 in Hanoi, drawing the participation of 16 local and foreign art troupes from the Republic of Korea, Poland, Singapore, Italia, Pakistan, and hosts Vietnam.
Unique cockscomb flower festival of Cong ethnic people in Dien Bien
Every year in the tenth lunar month, the Cong ethnic community in La Cha village, Pa Tan commune, Nam Po district, in the northern province of Dien Bien, joyfully celebrate their traditional cockscomb flower festival.
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