Tour operator Võ Tấn Tân plans to offer tours of nipa palm forests that allow tourists to participate in afforestation efforts in Cẩm Thanh Commune in Hội An.
The Việt Nam Festival 2017 will take place at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo on June 10 and 11, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
Long ago, a guide book was made to help visitors find their way around Viet Nam. Now, it has been printed again.
A Space for Community Culture was launched at the central city’s East Sea Park yesterday, attracting the participation of 80 pavilions of souvenir, food courts and folk games.
In 1969 President Hồ Chí Minh offered a French peace activist a woolen kepi hat on a cold evening. The gesture has become part of the lore surrounding the late leader.
A classic travel guide authored early in the 20th century has been reprinted, offering readers the opportunity to travel back in time and experience yesteryear Hà Nội in minute detail.
Four Vietnamese enterprises are participating in the 50th International Trade Fair in Algeria’s Algiers to advertise domestic agricultural products, souvenirs, textiles and garments.
The central city will open the Sơn Trà night market and shopping space in the east side of the Rồng (Dragon) Bridge for pedestrians on June 12th.
Nguyễn Văn Nguyên has been surrounded by pottery from an early age. His latest project, a terracotta park on the outskirts of Hội An, aims to revitalise the ancient craft. Công Thành reports.
The southern Mekong Delta province of An Giang will host a Food and Tourism Week from May 16 to 25 at Vĩnh Đông Trade Centre in Châu Đốc City.