When it comes to food, you really can’t beat Việt Nam as the perfect destination. Now the tourism industry wants to build on our amazing culinary delights to attract more ‘foodie’ visitors to our shores.
Lotus flowers are so much more than just a pretty sight on our lakes. They have so many different uses like tea, healthy drinks, and they are even used to make conical hats and art! Now authorities in Ninh Bình want to use the flower to encourage more eco-friendly tourists to visit the province.
Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu Province, a hidden gem of Việt Nam, is buzzing with excitement as Tourism Week kicked off on Friday, offering a range of activities that are sure to attract both local and international tourists.
Themed “Quảng Ninh-Hokkaido: Profound Cultural Integration”, the Hokkaido Festival aims to enhance mutual understanding of culture, cuisine and tourism, as well as build trust and comprehension between the citizens of the two localities.
The central city’s Fine Arts Museum has received a full collection of 253 exhibits including 101 paintings and 30 sculptures by French-Vietnamese artist Lê Bá Đảng (1921-2015) following a donation from his family in August.
Cultural heritage is a natural resource, inspiration, and subject for the cultural industry. These resources should be tapped to boost tourism and make a bigger contribution to socio-economic development.