Keng Loong and Xen Muong Festival are National Intangible Cultural Heritage
Keng Loong is an indispensable spiritual dish of Thai ethnic people in Mai Chau highland district, Hoa Binh province especially during festivals such as the New Rice Celebration, Xen Ban, Xen Muong, and Cha Chieng Ceremonies.  
Exploring the rustic beauty of Kala Lake (Lam Dong)
Kala Lake has recently captured the hearts of tourists with its rustic and majestic beauty. The harmonious blend of rivers, mountains, and forests offers visitors a serene and rejuvenating experience,…
Yen Tu Spring Festival opens in Quang Ninh
 Yen Tu Spring Festival, one of the largest and longest festival in the north, began in Uong Bi city, Quang Ninh province on February 19, the 10th day of the…
Discovering Cha Loi Cave in Quang Binh
Cha Loi Cave is seen as one of the most magnificent natural wonders in Quang Binh Province, boasting a majestic cave system that unquestionably offers tourists a wealth of unique and awe-inspiring experiences during their exploration of this subterranean marvel.
Huong Pagoda Festival - unique spiritual and cultural destination
Huong Pagoda Festival, one of the national most important and largest festivals, will officially open on February 15 but since the first days of the Lunar New Year, it has welcomed thousands of pilgrims to pray for good fortune and contemplate.  
New Museum of Da Nang - a museum of light
The new Museum of Da Nang at 42 Bach Dang Street will open up a unique historical space in terms of light, sound and animation effects, along with many unprecedented technologies in Viet Nam.  
Dragon in Vietnamese culture and life
A dragon is described visually with physical characteristics taken from nine different animals: the horns of a stag, the head of a camel, the eyes of a demon, the neck of a snake, the belly of a clam, the scales of a carp, the claws of an eagle, the soles of a tiger, and the ears of a cow. Although it is a mythical creature,…
Meaning of Five-Fruit tray on Lunar New Year
Five-fruit trays often displayed during the Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Tet).
Tet reflects diversity of Vietnamese culture: British researcher
The Lunar New Year Festival (Tet), with its unique traditions and customs, is an important part that reflects the diversity of Vietnamese culture, according to British researcher of Vietnamese politics and history Kyril Whittaker.
Australian Magazine: 9 best experiences when travelling to Vietnam
(TITC) - Escape - Australian Magazine shared a post introducing 9 best things to do in Vietnam. The magazine praised Vietnam as a vibrant, diverse and rapidly developing country, making it a very suitable destination for Australian tourists.
Martin Garrix ventures into Son Doong Cave
Dutch DJ and record producer Martin Garrix spent four days in Son Doong Cave, in the central province of Quang Binh, calling it “the trip of a lifetime.”   
Ha  Noi Museum displays over 100 dragon-inspired artefacts
The Ha Noi Museum has opened an exhibition entitled "Telling Dragon Stories in the Year of the Dragon", featuring more than 100 documents and artifacts from its collection, as well as unique handicrafts.
Tan Hoa, Best tourism village 2023
(TITC) – When Tan Hoa Village - a "flood ridden" countryside of Minh Hoa district, Quang Binh province was honored as the Best Tourism Village 2023 by UNWTO, there were many questions and even debates. Why does Tan Hoa "touch" this prestigious award? And what is it about this small village between four rocky mountains that has such strong appeal to tourists?
Thua Thien Hue: Tu Phuong Vo Su Pavilion reopens to visitors
According to Hue Monuments Conservation Center, this Lunar New Year, the Tu Phuong Vo Su Pavilion, a cultural destination of the heritage of Hue Ancient Capital, is put back into operation as a stopover for visitors from all over the world, after a period of closure.
Ti Top Island among world's top 100 most incredible beaches
Travel publisher Lonely Planet of the United States has named Ti Top Island among the top 100 most incredible beaches in the world in 2024.
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