Ha Long city: Cruise nightlife street to open on April 28
The much-awaited cruise nightlife service will be launched by SunGroup at Ha Long International Passenger Port on April 28 evening.
Touch Kon Tum
Touch Kon Tum   (Apr 22, 2022)
Kon Tum is in the Northern portion of the Central Highlands, and bestowed numerous fine scenes and heritage. Below are some outstanding destinations for visitors to authentically and fulfilling touch…
Ho Chi Minh City: Digital transformation highlights of first Vietnam Book and Reading Culture Day
The first Vietnam Book and Reading Culture Day will be extended from now until the end of April 24 at Nguyen Hue pedestrian street in District 1, Ho Chi Minh…
Project underway to create food map of 100 Vietnamese dishes
The Vietnam Culinary and Cultural Association (VCCA) is making a list of 100 delicious Vietnamese dishes across the country and creating a digital map for the list afterwards, reported Thanh nien (Young People) newspaper.
The taste of turmeric: Thai Binh's turmeric cake
Thai Binh Province is well known for its ‘banh nghe’ (turmeric cake), a traditional rice-based cake that has existed for hundreds of years.  
The charming beauty of Hon Giao Pass
Hon Giao Pass has long been a road for those who love to explore. Each turn is a majestic scene with poetic mountains and forests. Mist hangs low over the pass and flows down the valley.    
Photo exhibition to be held on rice field in Hoi An
Tourists to Quang Nam Province’s Hoi An City in April can leisurely enjoy Vietnam’s landscapes through an exhibition of photos in the framework of the “Vietnam’s impressions through heritage areas” program held by Sai Gon Tiep Thi, a publication of The Saigon Times Group, in association with the Quang Nam Tourism Association and The Field Restaurant, on April 20-22.
Go Thanh collection of elephant-shaped gold leaves recognised as national treasure
A ceremony was held in the Mekong River Delta Province of Tien Giang on April 8 to receive the Prime Minister’s decision on recognising the Go Thanh collection of elephant-shaped gold leaves, dating from the 6th-8th century, as a national treasure.
Top five historic destinations in Vietnam
Traveling to experience other cultures or visiting sites of historical and religious significance has always been a compelling motivation to hit the road.
Traditional musical instruments of ethnic groups on display in Can Tho
An exhibition displaying an array of traditional musical instruments from various ethnic groups in Vietnam officially opened in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on April 7.
Discovering the tranquility of Pom Coong Village in Mai Chau
Pom Coong Village, near Mai Chau District in the mountainous province of Hoa Binh, is one of the beautiful spots in the north of Viet Nam.
Contest honours cultural value of “Don ca tai tu”
Don ca tai tu (southern amateur music) Contest is being held in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho, aiming to promote the value of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
Thua Thien-Hue: Hue Nam Temple Festival a draw to visitors
 The Hue Nam Temple (also known as Hon Chen Temple) festival was jointly held in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on April 4 by the provincial Department of Culture and Sports, the Hue Festival Centre and the Hue Nam Temple conservation board.
Kate Festival of Cham ethnic people in Binh Thuan Province recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
Kate Festival of Cham ethnic minority people in Binh Thuan Province has been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage under Decision No.776/QD-BVHTTDL issued by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Nom Village – Treasure of northern province of Hung Yen
Nom Village in Dai Dong Commune of Hung Yen Province’s Van Lam District, is considered a treasure of the region.