Duong Lam ancient village protects its tourism environment
Located 40 km to the west of Hanoi, Duong Lam ancient village in Son Tay town is one of must-visit tourist destinations of the capital city because of its unique historical, architectural, cultural values.  
“Getting lost” in an ancient Northern village
About 50km to the east of the capital city of Ha Noi, an ancient village offers both locals and tourists a peaceful space with green, moss-covered roofs, curved roof of…
Visiting Duong Lam Ancient Village
(TITC) - Belonging to five hamlets of Mong Phu, Cam Thinh, Dong Sang, Doai Giap and Cam Lam, Duong Lam Commune, Son Tay Town, about 45km to the west of…
Preservation of Duong Lam ancient village
Located just 50km to the Northwest of Ha Noi, Duong Lam is one of the country’s best examples of an ancient village. 
Viet Nam Photograph Tour and the must-see tourist attractions
Viet Nam has actually won the worldwide tourists’ attention to its extraordinary nature and friendly welcome. For the photograph hobbyist, Viet Nam ranks among the hottest destinations where there stand many must-see tourist attractions for them to contemplate and record.
Ha Noi offers free admission at six tourist spots during Tet
Six tourist attractions and historical relics in the capital city of Ha Noi will open, free of charge, during Tet holiday 2015 (from the 30th day of the last lunar month to the 2nd day of the first lunar month), according to a decision by the Ha Noi municipal People’s Committee.
A series of Duong Lam ancient village preservation projects to be carried out
According to Pham Hung Son, chief of Duong Lam ancient village management board, Hanoi city and Son Tay town will carry out a series of projects to preserve and promote Duong Lam ancient village relics.
Island ceremony honours dead sailors
An annual worshipping ceremony dedicated to dead sailors was organised on Ly Son Island, in the central province of Quang Ngai on April 28. The ceremony aims to pay tribute to naval men who died while serving to protect the Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagos during the reign of Nguyen lords and kings.