Quang Binh Provincial Museum welcomes hundreds of visitors
The Quang Binh Provincial Museum welcomed hundreds of locals and visitors in recent days on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of Uncle Ho’s visit to the province (June 16, 1957-2022).
Touch Kon Tum
Touch Kon Tum   (Apr 22, 2022)
Kon Tum is in the Northern portion of the Central Highlands, and bestowed numerous fine scenes and heritage. Below are some outstanding destinations for visitors to authentically and fulfilling touch…
Beholding “Hue in Spring”
Beholding “Hue in Spring”   (Mar 25, 2022)
Visitors to the gallery “Hue in Spring” can enjoy the familiar scenes of Hue nature and people in spring at special moments from a sweet poetic angle.  
Vietnam tourism reopens with focus on safety, convenience of visitors
Risk control measures have been implemented to treat foreign and domestic tourists alike, aiming at ensuring safety and convenience of visitors, stressed Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at a conference on the reopening of international tourism activities that was held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on March 15.
Quang Ninh to host 65 events to stimulate tourism demand
The northern border province of Quang Ninh is expected to welcome back visitors from March 15 as the locality strives to restore tourism services with 65 events and stimulus programmes to be launched this year, according to local authorities.
Digital transformation promotes Hanoi’s relic sites to visitors
The Hanoi Municipal Youth Union has officially launched a project to apply digital transformation in the promotion of famous relic sites in the capital city via website https://thangthanhnien.meta365.ai.
Plum flowers in full bloom in Bac Giang province
During the opening month of the Lunar New Year, Tan Son mountain in the northern province of Bac Giang is widely covered with a white coat of blooming plum flower, with this scenery attracting a large number of visitors.  
Quang Binh attracts tourists through exploration tours
The central province of Quang Binh has welcomed over 33,000 visitors in the opening days of the New Year, attracting a large number of tourists by offering exploration tours, according to Phong Nha - Ke Bang Tourism Centre.
Lam Dong sets to welcome 5 million visitors in 2022
The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong eyes to welcome 5 million visitors, including 150,000 foreigners, this year, heard at the conference held by the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism on January 23.
Phu Quoc aims to receive 5.6 million visitors this year
With tourism activities in the process of gradually recovering, the southern province of Kien Giang aims to welcome 5.6 million tourists, including 200,000 foreign arrivals this year.
Culture-tourism village offers cheerful spring celebrations to visitors
The Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hanoi is hosting a programme entitled ‘Scent of spring in mountainous region’ from January 1 to 31, introducing visitors to the traditional spring festivals and customs of Vietnamese ethnic groups.
Tay Ninh offers free entrance fee for visitors to Ba Den tourism site in 2022
The southwestern province of Tay Ninh will allow tourists to visit Ba Den Relic Complex without paying entrance fee from January 1 to December 31 next year, according to Truong Van Hung, Director of the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
A tapestry of human flowers   (Dec 22, 2021)
A tapestry of human flowers
Whoever has set foot in the Northwest can hardly take their eyes of eye catching ethnic fabric items created out of refined graphics and handmade weaving techniques. The fabrics are also the favorite souvenirs among visitors in addition to exotic and vernacular culture of the highlands.
Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary officially open to visitors
Two world cultural heritages in the central province of Quang Nam, including Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, officially opened to visitors on November 15.
Visitors flock to Sa Pa to join Korean Culture Day
Thousands of tourists were present in Sa Pa town, the northwestern mountainous province of Lao Cai on October 24 to attend Korean Culture Day.