Quang Nam: “Hoi An - Colors of Silk" programme to take place in late November
The "Hoi An - Colors of Silk" programme is scheduled to take place on November 26 as part of efforts to elevate the image of Hoi An’s World Cultural Heritages, intangible cultural heritage, and traditional craft of silk weaving.
Hoi An to host ASEAN Music Festival 2022
The ASEAN Music Festival 2022 will take place from December 19 to 24 in Hoi An – a UNESCO-recognised ancient town in central Quang Nam province, according to the provincial…
Cruise ships set to bring thousands of foreign visitors to Vietnam
Four ships operated by Silversea Cruises are scheduled to carry thousands of international tourists around Asia, including Vietnam, this December.
Book street to host event encouraging reading culture
The Hanoi Book Street will host a promotional event entitled ‘Languages and Origin’ from October 28 to 30, with various activities honouring traditional Vietnamese culture and encouraging reading culture throughout the community.
Hue City: More city tours to serve visitors
As most tourists tend to come to Hue and then book a tour instead of booking in advance, there needs to be a diversity of city tours to meet their demands.
Traditional German beer festival recreated in Hanoi
The festivities begin every night from 6 pm until midnight from October 6 to 8 October at the Hanoi Daewoo Hotel's outdoor swimming pool.
Binh Duong launches Bach Dang night market and walking street
Binh Duong province launched the Bach Dang night market and walking street at Phu Cuong ward, Thu Dau Mot city on September 2.
Vietnam’s tourism continues impressive growth momentum in August
Vietnam’s tourism continued its impressive growth momentum in August, since its full reopening on March 15, according to a report released by the General Statistics Office on August 29.
Museums to play a more active role in heritage education in the digital era
According to statistics from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Vietnam currently has a total of 162 public and private museums, which are home to more than three million artefacts, reflecting the entire development process of Vietnamese history, culture, and people.
Hanoi’s tourism sector continues recovery momentum in August
Hanoi’s tourism industry continued its strong recovery in August, with an estimated 1.7 million visitors, according to the capital city’s Department of Tourism.
Exhibition takes visitors around Indochina through archives
 Designed as a tour through television, the online exhibition entitled “Indochina – a Wonderland”, which has been launched, is an interesting journey that takes the public back to the early 20th century to learn about the destinations in Indochina during the French colonialists.  
Ancient pagoda recognised as national tourist attraction
Tay Phuong Pagoda, a national special relic site in Thach That District, has been recognised as a national tourist attraction.
 Quang Nam: Hoi An makes its way into world’s 25 best cities list
The ancient Hoi An town in Vietnam’s central province of Quang Nam has found itself voted to the 20th place in a new global listing of 25 best cities chosen by readers of US magazine Travel + Leisure.
Hanoi and Hoi An among Top 25 Overall Experiences in Asia
Motorbike tours around Hanoi and cooking classes in Hoi An have made it into the Top 25 Overall Experiences in Asia, as voted on by readers of TripAdvisor.
Thua Thien Hue: Ancient Cham tower announced as world record
The History Museum of the central province of Thua Thien Hue on June 27 held a ceremony to announce the national and world records for the local Phu Dien Cham Tower, as it has been recognised the first ancient Cham tower sinking deep under the coastal sand dunes to be excavated and preserved in Vietnam and the world.