Binh Dinh tourism attracts Korean tourists
(TITC) - A charter flight taking tourists from Korea to Binh Dinh Province (South Central Coast of Vietnam) is expected to take off on 4th January 2024 after a 4-year hiatus. This event, along with promotional programmes coordinated by the Binh Dinh tourism industry and many Korean tourism businesses, promises to attract more Korean tourists to Binh Dinh in the coming year.
Beautiful islet in the middle of the blue sea
Cu lao Xanh is located in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province. From the mainland, the first impression for visitors is a clean and blue island in the middle of…
The profoundness of Ta Kon ancient citadel in Binh Dinh Province
In a remote area of the south-central coastal province of Binh Dinh, there is a place that will intrigue those who come to Vinh Son Commune, Vinh Thanh District. This…
Bai Xep: A pristine age-old village in Binh Dinh Province
Bai Xep is an age-old fishing village on the coast in Quy Hoa, Ghenh Rang Ward, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province. Located about 13km from the downtown of Quy Nhon City, the fishing village attracts many domestic and foreign tourists thanks to its pristine natural beauty.
Yen Tu - a journey to the serenity of the soul
Staying at Yen Tu, those in pursuit of inner calm would derive from great satisfaction from enjoying the extraordinary beauty of the natural forest and serene landscape, especially at sunrise and sunset, and listening to the sound of nature such as leaves rustling in the wind or water flowing down a stream.
Binh Dinh aims to become central Vietnam’s economic centre
Binh Dinh has set the target of becoming one of the fastest-growing and most sustainable provinces in central Vietnam based on its strengths in culture and the marine economy.
Binh Dinh: Ba Pagoda Festival – Nuoc Man Commercial Port recognised national intangible cultural heritage
A ceremony was held at Ba Pagoda in An Hoa Village, Phuoc Quang Commune, Tuy Phuoc District in the south central province of Binh Dinh on February 19 to recognise the Ba Pagoda Festival – Nuoc Man Commercial Port as a national intangible cultural heritage.
Also known as Dien Huu Tu (Pagoda of Permanent Blessings) or Lien Hoa Dai (Lotus Tower), One Pillar Pagoda (or Chua Mot Cot in Vietnamese) is located on the street named Chua Mot Cot in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Many cultural festivals attract tourists at the end of the year in Quang Ninh
In December, the northern province of Quang Ninh organizes many cultural festivals to attract tourists at the end of 2022.
Airlines supply additional 1,500 flights for peak period of Tet holiday
Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines and Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) have just announced to add 1,500 flights with 224,000 seats serving for the peak period of Tet holiday, from January 6 to February 5 of 2023 (from the 15th day of the last lunar month to 15th day of the first lunar month of the new year).
Quy Nhon dubbed “Cancun of Vietnam” by travel writer
Kylie McLaughlin, a writer of Traveller.com.au, has described Quy Nhon city in the southcentral province of Binh Dinh as being similar to Mexico’s coastal city of Cancun, apart from without major crowds.
Tien Giang farmers impress visitors with green agro-tourism models
Farmers in Tien Giang Province have impressed visitors with new and unique products that integrate agriculture and tourism.
CNN: Hanoi among best places to visit this autumn
News outlet CNN has listed Hanoi among the top 12 best places to go globally this autumn.
Quang Ninh resumes regular ticket prices at tourist attractions from July 1,2022
From July 1, Quang Ninh will resume regular ticket prices at tourist attraction such as Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh Museum, and the Complex of Yen Tu Monuments and Landscape, according to the provincial Department of Tourism.
Culture and sports festival of ethnic groups wraps up in Binh Dinh
A culture and sports festival of ethnic groups in Binh Dinh Province wrapped up on June 18 after three days full of exciting activities.