Lao Cai develops tourism sustainably
Lao Cai, a mountainous border province in northwestern Vietnam, has many advantages for developing tourism: pleasant climate, natural beauty, and unique ethnic cultures. Lao Cai has, so far this year, received 3.5 million tourists, 42% of the yearly target. Efforts have been made to improve the quality of existing tourism products and creating more community and green products. 
Kim Bong carpentry village, a community-based tourism model in Quang Nam
Kim Bong carpentry village is about 4 km from Hoi An city (Quang Nam province) on the right bank of the Thu Bon river. The famous carpentry village is more…
Dien Bien boosts community tourism potentials in Nam Cum Village
The authorities of Muong Ang District in Dien Bien Province have chosen Nam Cum Village as its first locality to develop community based tourism due to its unique beauty landscapes…
New vitality in resettlement village in mountainous Tua Chua District, Dien Bien Province
Considered a miniature Ha Giang Province with rocky terrain, winding steep passes, and majestic natural scenery, Tua Chua District in the northwest mountainous province of Dien Bien boasts rich potential and advantages for tourism development.
Ha Noi: Mien hamlet offers community tourism
The Ha Noi Tourism Department has recognized Mien hamlet in Ba Vi district as a community tourism site. Possessing the priceless treasure of esoteric medicine, the hamlet is an interesting place to go for herbal health care services.
Phu Tho: Attractive community tourism products of Hung Lo
Located on the peaceful and poetic Lo river, Hung Lo community cultural tourist destination, Hung Lo commune, Viet Tri city, Phu Tho province with an architectural complex of ancient communal houses, temples, and pagodas is a destination to visit ancient houses, make Banh Chung, Banh Giay, experience listening to Xoan singing... of many domestic and international tourists when coming to the Fatherland. In 2022, the Hung…
Sa Pa community tourism makes a difference
Being one of the 10 most attractive destinations in Southeast Asia and one of 50 most beautiful places in all of Asia, Sa Pa national tourism destination in Lao Cai Province attracts tourists for its magnificent landscapes, fresh air, and distinctive ethnic culture in combination with diverse community tourism activities.
Recognition of tourist destinations at Tan Son district (Phu Tho province)
Recently, the People’s Committee of Phu Tho province signed Decision No. 229/QD-UBND on recognition of tourist destinations at Tan Son district.
Thai Nguyen: Women in Mo Ga contribute to development of community tourism
In Mo Ga hamlet, Phu Thuong commune (Vo Nhai district, Thai Nguyen province), ethnic minority women not only know how to produce agriculture, take care of children, and do housework, but also know how to develop community tourism, thus creating the economy and preserving our nation's unique culture...
Community-based tourism in Cam Kim (Hoi An, Quang Nam)
The natural, historical and cultural values have been well preserved and promoted in community-based tourism development in Cam Kim (Hoi An, Quang Nam province).
Developing community-based tourism in Binh Lieu (Quang Ninh)
The moutainous district of Binh Lieu, Quang Ninh province has currently taken the advantage of its cultural and natural potentials and strengths to develop community-based tourism, contributing to the locality’s economic, social and cultural development.
Ninh Thuan, an amazing tourist destination
Ninh Thuan province in the south central region is an attractive tourist destination with beautiful beaches and scenery. The province is accessible by air, road, railway, and sea.  
Community-based tourism makes Bac Kan an idyllic getaway in Vietnam’s northeast
In recent years, Bac Kan province has emerged as a magnet for both local and international travelers, allured by its community-based approach to tourism. Once a pivotal bastion during the August Revolution 78 years ago, Bac Kan has transitioned into a hub of cultural immersion, where homestays harmoniously blend with authentic ethnic minority villages. Amidst this vibrant tapestry, the enchanting melodies of traditional “Then Singing” and the music of the Tinh resonate, embracing visitors with a heartfelt welcome.  
New opportunities for Cham pottery village
UNESCO recognition of the Cham people’s pottery making as Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Protection was announced at the Ninh Thuan Grape-Wine Festival 2023 on June 16. The recognition encourages local administration and Cham ethnic people to preserve and promote their heritage, preserve their traditional crafts, and increase their income by doing tourism based on pottery making.
Quang Nam: Green tourism in mountainous areas
 Mountainous areas from Quang Nam to Quang Binh provinces are developing green tourism based on local natural and cultural values.