Project launched to preserve and promote gong culture in Dak Lak
On May 24, the Dak Lak Provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced the launch of a 25,000-USD-project on preserving and promoting gong culture in the locality.
“Hell” rice that tastes like heaven
Among the specialties of the ancient city of Hue, Com am phu, or “Hell” rice, stands out with its combination of white rice, pork, shrimp, egg and herbs, culminating in…
Hanoi Cuisine Festival opens
Hanoi Cuisine Festival opens   (May 23, 2022)
The Hanoi Cuisine and Handicraft Villages Tourism Festival has opened to visitors in Le Quang Dao Street in Nam Tu Liem district to entertain SEA Games visitors.
HCM City museums seek to digitize, widen reach
Most museums in HCM City are in the process of restoring, upgrading and rearranging their display systems after long closures imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hoi An sampan riders: the hardships and the smiles
Entering a new normal phase after more than two years of being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, sampan riders in Hoi An City are eager to get back to work, expecting prosperous, stable tourism development for the town.
Exhibition marks President Ho Chi Minh’s 132nd birthday anniversary
An exhibition officially opened at Ho Chi Minh City Book Street on May 18 to mark the 132nd anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (May 19, 1890-2022) and the 111 years since Uncle Ho left the country to find a way to save the country (June 5, 1911-2022).
Dai Loc offers the best Quang-style noodle soup
Everyone’s heard of the Quang-style noodle soup, but a hidden secret is that the best version of this soup comes from Dai Loc District, Quang Nam Province, thanks to the addition of eel meat.
Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival 2022 to return on national scale
This year’s Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival will be organized on a national scale, announced the People’s Committee of Chau Doc City in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang at a press conference held on May 16.
Hong Chinh fishing village’s tourism potential promoted
Located 40km north of Phan Thiet city, Binh Thuan province, Hong Chinh fishing village is widely known for its primitive beauty. On receiving more investment and becoming more connected with the famous white sand dunes in the province, Hong Chinh fishing village is expected to become a new popular destination in the Mui Ne national tourism site.
France launches project to support Vietnam’s heritage conservation
The French Embassy in Vietnam on May 9 held a press conference launching a project named “Share and protect Vietnam’s heritage”.
New findings help with building dossier to seek recognition for Oc Eo archaeological relic as World Cultural Heritage Site
New archaeological findings at the Oc Eo - Ba The and Nen Chua archaeological sites in the Mekong Delta provinces of An Giang and Kien Giang have set an important milestone in the research of the Oc Eo culture and provided reliable evidence and materials for the compilation of a dossier of the sites to seek recognition as a World Cultural Heritage site, a prominent…
Chip Chip – Danang’s true blue food heritage
This distinctive, oval-shaped clam is the main ingredient in the central coastal city’s specialties loved by many travelers.
Bat Trang pottery recognized national intangible cultural heritage
Ceremonies were held for the reception of the certificate for “The National Intangible Cultural Heritage Recognition for Bat Trang Ceramic Craft” and the opening of Bat Trang tourism week on April 28 in Bat Trang Commune, Gia Lam District, Hanoi.
Located in the middle of a beautiful valley in the border district of Tra Linh, Angel Eye Mountain, locally known as Nui Thung, is a favourite place for camping activities of young people in the northern Cao Bang Province.  
The mysterious beauty of Con Dao
Isolated from the mainland, the Con Dao islands are one of the best places to visit in Viet Nam. Long used as a prison mainly for political prisoners and resistance fighters before 1975, this place is now recognised for its unspoiled natural beauty.