Storing 3D-digital data of Hue heritage status quo
Thanks to the 3D-scanning application, data of the status quo of architectural works in Hue heritage complex were obtained and stored. These data are used for conservation as well as for virtual reality (VR) tours.
Pink cake: A sweet treat from Vietnam's coconut capital
The central province of Binh Dinh is famed for its spectacular landscapes and unique delicacies that can't be found elsewhere. ‘Banh hong’ (pink cake) is one such dish and the…
Railway through Central of Vietnam listed among six amazing Asia train journeys
CNN Travel has just listed six excellent luxurious train journeys in Asia, including Central Vietnam’s unique railway experience linking the historic town of Hoi An to the unhurried coastlines of…
A sweet treat in Can Tho   (Jan 13, 2022)
A sweet treat in Can Tho
Chuoi nep nuong (grilled banana wrapped in sticky rice crust) is a popular dish in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho. The dish is characterized by a crispy crust of sticky rice outside and a core of sweet, soft banana inside, plus the tasty flavor of coconut milk dip.
Khanh Hoa: Joining hands to preserve cultural heritages
The year 2021 marked the efforts of Khanh Hoa Provincial Association of Cultural Heritage and Spiritual Tourism Preservation with many professional and social activities, which have contributed to the preservation of cultural heritages in the province.
Admiring the mesmerising ‘miniature version of Ban Gioc waterfall’ in Cao Bang
(TITC) - Located in Ha Lang District (Cao Bang Province), Hoa (flora) waterfall is a brand new tourist destination for experience. The crystalline emerald water and majestic mountain scenery in Hoa waterfall is not inferior to the famous Ban Gioc waterfall.
Da Nang opens APEC Park   (Jan 11, 2022)
Da Nang opens APEC Park
A ceremony marking the opening of the “Expanded APEC Park” project, which is located on the banks of the Han River was held on January 10.
Preservation and promotion of Xam singing strengthened in modern life
 Among the folklore art treasure, Xam singing (ballads sung by wandering blind musicians) is a music form full of humanity and possessing many unique values, both in terms of contents and arts. However, in modern life, Xam singing is facing the risk of extinction, requiring early measures to protect and recover the traditional art form.
Find peace in Tan Lap floating village
Tan Lap floating village in Moc Hoa District, Long An Province, around 100 kilometers from Saigon, is one of the attractive destinations in the Mekong Delta best known for its primitiveness and simplicity.
Cultural value popularisation helps raise Vietnam's status in int’l arena
Proactively popularising Vietnam's cultural values to the world and bringing into play the soft power of culture is helping promote the country’s status in the international arena, and is one of the targets determined in the cultural development strategy until 2030.
Peace and tranquility in Seo My Ty
Seo My Ty still retains the characteristics of a Mong village in Sa Pa Town, Lao Cai Province, with roofs thatched with po mu wood and terraced fields winding around the highest man-made lake in Indochina.
Children's Tet paintings celebrate New Year
A selection of 57 paintings by children are on display at the New Spring – New Artworks exhibition in celebration of the coming Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays in the central city of Da Nang.
The best way to taste Vietnamese coffee
The flavor of Vietnamese coffee always leaves an unforgettable impression for any first-time drinker.
Exploring the caves of A Luoi   (Jan 07, 2022)
Exploring the caves of A Luoi
It seems that when talking about A Luoi (a mountainous district 70km from Hue city), many people are familiar with waterfalls, ecotourism, and community tourism. However, if you have the opportunity to learn about that mountainous land, exploring the caves and tunnels you will also get a full range of emotions.
Beholding Hue beauty through MV series “Di mo rua?”
In an attempt to promote the beauty of Hue nature and people in an unusual way, Nguyen Chi Hieu and collaborators have made “Di mo rua?” (‘Where are you going?’), which is a series of music videos (MVs) with settings at well-known landmarks in Hue.
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