Trang An tourism complex – a boost to Ninh Binh tourism
The northern province of Ninh Binh is expecting a sustainable boost in tourism following the recognition of Trang An Tourism Complex in the province as a world cultural and natural heritage site by UNESCO in June this year.
More prehistoric vestiges discovered in Dong Van Karst Plateau
Fourteen archaeological sites in the northernmost province of Ha Giang have been excavated in the past fortnight, revealing hundreds of relics believed to appear in the prehistoric and protohistoric times,…
Tourists flock to Dong Van Stone Plateau during holiday
The number of tourists visiting Dong Van Stone Plateau, a global geological park in the northern province of Ha Giang surged during the five-day holiday that began on April 30.
Da Lat to be introduced on Thai television
Da Lat city, dubbed as a “small Paris” or a “city of thousands of flowers”, in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong will be introduced to Thai people through their television channels in the coming time.
Japan considers visa exemption for Vietnamese visitors
The Japanese government is considering an initiative to grant visa exemption for citizens from Viet Nam, Indonesia and the Philippines, in an effort to turn Japan into an attractive tourist destination.
Festival highlights traditional love market in Ha Giang
A cultural event highlighting the Khau Vai Love Market will take place on April 24 to 26 in the northern Ha Giang province's Meo Vac district, according to a local official.
HCM City festival shows beauty of Ao Dai
Ao Dai, the traditional Vietnamese long dress, was introduced to the public in Ho Chi Minh City on March 8-9.
Carnaval Ha Long 2014 to take place on April 30
Carnaval Ha Long 2014 will be held from 8 pm to 9:30 pm on April 30, at Hoang Quoc Viet street, Hung Thang precinct, Ha Long city, announced the Quang Ninh People’s Committee.
Nearly 4,500 tourists visit Dong Van karst plateau
Dong Van karst plateau in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang welcomed nearly 4,500 tourist arrivals during the first three days of the traditional Lunar New Year, raking in over 4 billion VND (190,000 USD).
Thrilling Ha Giang provides stunning scenery
Ha Giang, a mountainous province in the northeast of the country, is known for its unspoiled scenery, magnificent limestone mountains, thrilling, sloping roads and enriched ethnic cultural features, making it a must-visit destination.
Khanh Hoa greets 3 million tourist arrivals
The central coastal province of Khanh Hoa received more than 3 million tourist arrivals in 2013, an increase of over 29 percent against the previous year.
Dong Van Stone Plateau – historical beauty
Located over 1,000 meters above sea level, Dong Van Stone Plateau is formed by narrow valleys alternating with rocky mountain ranges in the north of Vietnam.
Vietnam emerges as major tourism market for other countries
To woo Vietnamese visitors, many regional countries are working hard to promote their images and launch a series of incentive programs including relaxing visa requirements, offering discounts and giving greater tourist support.
Dong Van Stone Plateau development plan discussed
The Construction Ministry and the People’s Committee of northern mountainous Ha Giang province have agreed on the Dong Van Stone Plateau development plan to 2030, with an aim of turning it into a national tourism centre.