Old French-style villas in capital to be examined for preservation
More than 1,200 French-style villas in Hà Nội constructed before 1954 will be examined to evaluate their states, values and need for preservation by the Hà Nội People’s Committee.
Golden Bridge in Đà Nẵng tops the list of fresh wonders of the world
The Golden Bridge in the central city of Đà Nẵng has topped a list of the new wonders of the world by the UK’s Daily Mail newspaper.
Diverse activities take place during ROK Cultural Days in Quang Nam
The Republic of Korea (ROK) Cultural Days in Quang Nam Province officially opened in the ancient city of Hoi An on April 10.
Vietnam’s first tea museum   (Apr 08, 2021)
Vietnam’s first tea museum
More than 20 km from the centre of Da Lat City, Lam Dong province, located at an altitude of 1,650 metres above sea level, on the foundation of the ancient tea factory of Southeast Asia, the Cau Dat Farm Ancient Tea Museum is an interesting installation art space associated with the story of Cau Dat tea brand which itself it nearly 100 years old.
Vietnam Food Travel Map project announced
The Vietnam Food Travel Map project, the first of its kind and developed by culinary artisans and experts, was unveiled during a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on April 1.
Month-long events on way to honour cultures of Vietnamese ethnic groups
A kaleidoscope of cultures, rituals, and cuisine of ethnic minority groups around the country will be highlighted throughout April at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Son Tay town on the outskirts of Hanoi.
Exhibition of paintings by celebrated Vietnamese painters opens in Da Nang
An exhibition displaying 22 paintings by celebrated Vietnamese painters was inaugurated at the Da Nang City Museum on March 29.
Exhibition of paintings by celebrated Vietnamese painters opens in Da Nang
An exhibition displaying 22 paintings by celebrated Vietnamese painters was inaugurated at the Da Nang City Museum on March 29.
Hoi An launches new art performance to attract tourists
Hoi An People's Committee, the Voice of Vietnam (VOV), and the Quang Nam Tourism Association came together to co-host the "Hoi An Show” on March 28 as part of a range of activities aimed at restarting the central city’s tourism sector moving into the post COVID-19 period.
Huong Pagoda – a unique spiritual destination of the north
The annual pilgrimage festival to Huong Pagoda, a great religious site as well as a scenic complex, some 65km to the west of downtown Hanoi, has officially opened after closing due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The window to “show off” Vietnam’s tourism and culture to the world
The beautiful images featured in the virtual exhibition entitled the “Wonders of Vietnam” have officially appeared on the Google Art and Culture Library (Google Arts & Culture), delighting many people who love travel.
Four Vietnamese facilities named Asia’s 50 best restaurants
Four Vietnamese eateries have been included in the Inaugural “Essence of Asia” Collection, an unranked collection by Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.
The mansion of King Bao Dai in Hanoi - a sleeping beauty
The 110-year-old mansion of King Bao Dai is still unknown to many people despite its special architecture and luxury, like a sleeping beauty waiting to be woken up.
Street treats that make a trip to An Giang sweet
Two kinds of cakes made from simple local ingredients show the diverse culture of An Giang – a Mekong Delta province and also one of the most mysterious and mesmerising places in Việt Nam.
"Com hap la sen" takes pride of place in Hue's royal gastronomy
Com hap la sen (Steamed rice with lotus seeds, wrapped in a lotus leaf) was once the food of kings in the 18th century, during the Nguyen Dynasty.
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