Floating markets in south-west VN a sight to behold
Visitors to Việt Nam’s south-western region (the Mekong Delta) are attracted by the floating markets in the region.
Việt Nam has expanded its e-visa scheme to cover visitors from six more countries, including major tourism markets Australia and India, taking the total number of countries now to 46.
Lâm Đồng Province, home to the resort city of Đà Lạt, has issued a list of rules for tourists that includes a dress code and shopping guidelines.
In Thái Bình, cabbage flowers bloom spectacularly.
A winter festival will open in Sa Pa town in the northern mountain province of Lào Cai on December 23.
A Japanese food festival is being held at the Windsor Plaza Hotel HCM City from November 24 and December 3.
On August 28 Nguyễn Văn Chiêm became the first street in HCM City to be earmarked for low-income vendors, enabling street food sellers to earn a living and meeting the huge demand for street food among locals and foreign visitors.
A museum of ancient agricultural tools will soon be built in the southern province of Vĩnh Long, according to Nguyễn Xuân Hoanh, deputy director of the province’s Culture, Sports and Tourism Department.
Visitors to central Quảng Bình Province will get a chance to visit three caves that were recently discovered in the territory of local Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park.
As many as 10,000 tourist maps in English and Vietnamese will be distributed free to tourists and tourism companies in Đà Lạt in December.