Developing tourism from local strengths in Long An
Rural tourism is a trend favoued by many tourists. This is a type of community-based tourism, mainly based on the local strengths. In Long An, many localities have a tourism development orientation from the available potentials and strengths as well as the hospitality and desire to do tourism of the people.
Opening ceremony of Long An Don Ca Tai Tu Festival 2023
On February 6, Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Long An inaugurated the provincial Don Ca Tai Tu Festival 2023 at Van Phuoc communal house (Can Duoc district) on…
Long An tourism is becoming more fresh and attractive
As the gateway connecting the Southeast with the Mekong Delta region, adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City, Long An has favorable conditions for economic development, cultural exchange, and tourism connection.…
International cruise visitors return to Ha Long Bay from October 2022
(TITC) It is expected that in early October 2022, the first superior cruise ship will return to Ha Long Bay after a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnam seeing branded resort real estate trend
Vietnam’s tourism is returning to the new normal and the resort real estate also begins getting back to the racetrack after a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with numerous projects expected to be offered for sale in 2022.
Press meeting on Tourism Conference 2021
(TITC) – On December 24, in Nghe An Province, a press meeting was held to announce and inform Tourism Conference 2021 themed "Vietnam tourism - Recovery and Development".
A trip to the Dong Thap Muoi Center for Medicinal Plant Preservation in Long An Province allows travelers to explore Dong Thap Muoi, arguably the most famed inland wetland in the Mekong Delta, and watch before their eyes and touch natural medicinal herbs. They can also plant vegetables and prepare their own medicines on the spot before taking them home.
Vietnamese tourist hotpots in contention for 2021 World Travel Awards
Hanoi, Da Nang, Hue and Hoi An, famed Vietnamese tourism havens, have been nominated in different categories at the 2021 World Travel Awards for Asia.
WHO Director-General: "COVID-19 can be characterized as pandemic"
The World Health Organization said Tuesday that it has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction.
Long An to focus on ecotourism   (Aug 30, 2018)
Long An to focus on ecotourism
The People’s Committee of Long An Province expects to welcome 1.3 million tourists this year, up 24 per cent over last year.  
Ha Noi named among 13 best places to visit in March: US news site
Viet Nam’s capital has plenty to offer globetrotters as spring arrives.
Exhibition re-enacts Viet Nam’s culture in Co Loa Citadel relic site
The Khong gian Viet (Viet space) display area was officially put into operation in the Co Loa Citadel on February 1 as part of efforts to diversify cultural activities in the national historical-cultural relic site.  
Measures sought for sustainable tourism development
More than 350 international and domestic experts from different sectors met to discuss sustainable tourism development at a workshop held in Long Xuyen city, the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on January 2.
Japanese Book Week underway in Ho Chi Minh City
More than 15,000 Japanese books were on display during the second Japanese Book Week ​at the Japanese book section at Fahasa (HCM City Books Distribution JSC) Bookshop on Nguyen Hue Street in Ho Chi Minh City which opened on June 1.
Southern province celebrates intangible musical heritage
The 23rd festival of “don ca tai tu”, the musical art recognised by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage, took place in the southern province of Long An on February 12-13.