Gong lessons introduced at Central Highland schools
Many schools in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong have begun teaching students about the area’s ancient gong culture in an effort to preserve and promote its traditional values.
Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province optimistic about inbound tourism
(TITC) - In early 2014, Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province welcomed two international 5-star cruise ships with over 5,000 tourists. The number of international tourists to resorts, hotels in…
Vinh Phuc province readies for Tay Thien festival
Tay Thien Site, one of the most favourite tourist attractions in Tam Dao district, Vinh Phuc province, has geared up for the 2014 Tay Thien festival, said Diep Xuan Tu,…
Vietnam Year in France officially opened
The Vietnam Year in France officially opened on February 14 at Chatelet Theatre in Paris with cultural and art performances.
Central city welcomes more visitors during recent Tet
The number of foreign tourist arrivals to the central city of Da Nang hit 58,525 over the recent Tet festival, a 23.7 percent increase compared with the same period last year , local media reported.
Da Nang targets Japanese tourists
In addition to its popular tourism markets which include China, the Republic of Korea and Russia, central Da Nang city will focus on attracting more Japanese tourists in 2014 , according to the online Danang Today.
250 foreign New Year callers arrive in Da Nang
Up to 250 foreign tourists on a flight from Japan’s Narita airport to the central city of Da Nang were welcomed as New Year callers on January 1.
Da Nang welcomes over 3.1 million tourists
The central city of Da Nang has welcomed more than 3.1 million tourists from the beginning of 2013, representing a year-on-year increase of 17.2 percent.
Developing efficient policy for responsible tourism
On November 14, a conference titled “Developing efficiency policy for responsible Tourism in Vietnam” took place in the central coastal city of Da Nang.
Hai Duong develops Stork Island eco-tourism
Local households living near the Stork Island in northern Hai Huong province participated in a training course on building community-based tourism products on the island on October 22-23.
Da Nang to host Vietnam-India friendship festival
A wide range of activities will be held during the Vietnam-India people's friendship festival 2013, which will take place in the central province of Da Nang from October 22-25.
Hanoi to host first Chau Van singing festival
Hanoi will hold the first festival of Chau Van singing from late September to early October, the municipal Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism said on September 23.
Vung Tau food fest fetes National Day
Vung Tau City in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau will celebrate the National Day as well as its status upgrade to a Grade 1 city with a four-day (August 22-25) food festival.
Vinh Long takes effort to become an attractive destination
(TITC) - With a special geographical location, locating between two major rivers of Tien Giang and Hau Giang, Vinh Long Province owns extremely fertile soil resource. Beside the strength of rice, the province is also famous for laden fruit gardens such as mango, orange, longan, grapefruit, coconut...
At peace at Tay Phuong pagoda   (Jul 18, 2013)
At peace at Tay Phuong pagoda
Tay Phuong pagoda, also called Sung Phuc pagoda, sits on top of Tay Phuong Mountain proudly holding many valuable statues of Buddha, surrounded by green areas.