Tây Tựu Flower Village, the largest flower growing area in the capital, is a must-see for tourists before Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday with countless flowers all in full bloom.
People travelling to the Mekong Delta during Tết should visit Sa Đéc flower village in Đồng Tháp Province to admire flowers blooming in vivid colours and the bustling atmosphere.
The Central Highlands Province of Lâm Đồng is leading the country in high-tech agriculture. It grows crops on nearly 50,000ha under hi-tech agricultural methods. This amounts to 18 per cent of the province’s land under production.
Police in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng found two households in Đà Lạt City growing nine marijuana plants that collectively weigh around 25.5kg.
Dozens of planned urban development projects on the outskirts of Hà Nội have not been completed, turning into ghost towns and a source of misery for residents and investors.
Japan’s Kawasaki Flora Auction Market Company Limited plans to invest in Đà Lạt floriculture to supply flowers to Japanese and European countries.
Home-stay services are becoming popular across the country, with many people turning their houses into tourist dwellings to welcome foreign visitors.
Farmers in suburban districts of Hà Nội resumed work early while the celebration of Tết (Lunar New Year) is still in the air.
The 2017 Bình Điền Spring Flower Market opened on January 23 in HCM City’s District 8.