Cam Ranh named among best places to visit in May
Cam Ranh Bay has been named among the world’s seven best destinations for May by top travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler.
At least 22 art troupes from countries such as Australia, India, the UK, Belgium, Brazil, Morocco, South Korea, Mongolia, France, the Philippines, Thailand and China will perform at the 10th Festival Huế.
Many streets in the resort city of Đà Lạt have turned extra colourful since late March after violet flamboyant flowers have started blooming.
Sanskrit inscriptions on steles at the Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary in the central province of Quảng Nam will be translated into Vietnamese and English with the help of Indian experts.
Hồ Thị Kỷ Flower Market and Võ Thành Trang Market are perfect destinations for people wanting to sample night life in HCM City.
Giác Lâm Pagoda on Lạc Long Quân Street in Tân Binh District is the oldest pagoda in HCM City.
Visitors to the central coastal province of Ninh Thuận should not miss Mỹ Nghiệp brocade weaving village in Phước Đàn town, where they can get an insight into the ancient cultural and spiritual values of the Chăm people.
Pilgrims to the Mekong Delta Province of Bạc Liêu are recommended to make a stop at a Buddhist pagoda with an 11-metre-tall Bodhisattva statue.
A new daily tour from Hà Nội to northern province Phú Thọ is being organised, showcasing folk songs performed by the locals. The tour will bring tourists to the Hùng Temple relic site, Hùng Kings Museum, Hùng Lô ancient village and Lãi Lèn Temple.
Đất Thắm Beach on Côn Đảo Island has been listed among the top 10 eco-friendly beaches in Southeast Asia by the UK’s The Independent newspaper.