Chu B’luk volcanic cave in Dak Nong - A paradise for trekking enthusiasts
Chu B’luk volcanic cave in Dak Nong Province has become an ideal destination for adventure enthusiasts due to its moderate difficulty and the pristine natural beauty it offers.
Discover the majestic beauty of Dak G’lun Waterfall in Dak Nong
Situated in the heart of the Central Highlands, Dak G’lun Waterfall entices visitors with its untamed allure and rustic charm, offering an escape into the wilderness and a communion with…
The enchanting beauty of Tia Stream (Lam Dong)
Tia Stream beckons to travelers seeking an untouched destination to immerse themselves in and appreciate the wonders of nature.
Exploring Southeast Asia’s longest volcanic cave
travelHidden amid the vast forest in the Central Highlands region, the Chu Bluk volcanic cave complex in Dak Nong Province has emerged as a popular trekking spot
National Tourism Year 2021: Ninh Binh attractive among tourists
As host of the 2021 National Tourism Year, with the theme “Hoa Lu - Thousand-year-old Capital”, the northern province of Ninh Binh will work to promote itself as an attractive and safe destination for tourists.
International visitors to Viet Nam in 10/2019 estimated 1.618.337 arrivals, increase 3,7% over 9/2019 and increasing 34,3% over the same period 2018. Total international arrivals in 10 months 2019 reached 14.488.843 arrivals, up 13,0% over the same period in 2018.
Programme honours value of Viet Nam’s brocade cultures
A brocade culture space programme opened in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on January 14 as part of the first Viet Nam brocade culture festival.
Dak Nong to host first Viet Nam brocade festival
The first Viet Nam brocade culture festival and Dak Nong investment promotion conference will take place in the Central Highlands locality from January 5-7.
Avocado harvest season celebrated in Dak Nong
A programme themed “Dak Nong: Ripe Avocado Season”, the first of its kind, is underway in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong to promote the province’s speciality among consumers, fruit processors and exporters.  
UNESCO to send experts to examine cave complex in Central Highlands
A team of experts from UNESCO will be setting off to the Krong No volcanic site in the central province of Dak Nong between July 17 and 22 to examine the possibility of recognising it as a Global Geopark.  
Dak Nong to hold the first Viet Nam Brocade Culture Festival 2018
(TITC) – From December 27 – 30, 2018, the first Viet Nam Brocade Culture Festival will be held in Gia Nghia Town, Dak Nong Province to celebrate the 15th founding anniversary of the central highlands’ province (Jan 1, 2004 – 2019).  
Festival to honour Viet Nam’s brocade culture
The first festival to honour the Vietnamese brocade culture will be held from December 27 to 30 in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong.   
Int’l visitors to Viet Nam surpass 6,7 million arrivals in first 5 months
(TITC) - According to the General Statistics Office, international visitors to Viet Nam in May 2018 estimated over 1.16 million arrivals, up 19.4% over the same period last year.
Cham people in Binh Thuan celebrates Kate festival
The Cham people in Binh Thuan province are marking the Kate festival with traditional rituals to remember their ancestors, while praying for good weather, abundant crops and long life.
Over 100 pilots join paragliding festival in Yen Bai
A paragliding festival kicked off at Mu Cang Chai district’s Khau Pha mountain pass of the northwestern province of Yen Bai on September 23, drawing the participation of 111 domestic and foreign pilots.