Updated  
March, 21 2014 09:52:13

Quang Nam fetes beach tourism

The Tam Thanh Beach Tourism Week will be held from June 13-15 at Ha Thanh 1 Beach in Tam Ky city, Quang Nam Province.

It's opening ceremony will all be broadcast live by local radio and television stations.

There will be art performances, a painting and photo exhibition, local food and crafts promotion, beach football, volleyball, kite flying, boat and bicycle races, martial arts, and other local folk games.

The event aims to promote beach tourism, making Tam Thanh an attractive destination; as also raise awareness of preserving local culture and heritage. — VNS



Send Us Your Comments:
Name:
Your E-mail address:
Title:
 

VietNamNews may edit your comments and not all emails will be published.

Highlight

Confiscated bikes set for charity sale 1    Confiscated bikes set for charity sale

The National Traffic Safety Committee plans to sell motorbikes and bicycles driving on expressways that have been banned for their use.

Cycling race escort dies in accident Cycling race escort dies in accident

A member of a motorbike escort group for the Binh Duong Open International Women's Bike Race died yesterday after being hit by a motorbike tour group.

Vietnamese cuisine book journeys out of 5-star resort's kitchen Vietnamese cuisine book journeys out of 5-star resort's kitchen

The five-star Furama Resort has released a 120-page cookbook titled A Journey Through Viet Nam's Cuisine, featuring recipes from the resort's culinary library.

HCM City youth call on banks, firms to stop funding fossil fuels HCM City youth call on banks, firms to stop funding fossil fuels

A series of activities on climate change and energy have been launched by 350.org Viet Nam aimed at raising people's awareness about the threat of a carbon bubble.

Da Nang to teach archipelago history Da Nang to teach archipelago history

The history of Da Nang and its relationship with the Hoang Sa Archipelago (Paracel Islands) will be introduced into the curricula at secondary and high schools in the central coastal city this year, officials have announced.