Sóc Trăng strives to boost tourism

The province is working on projects to build and develop a traditional cultural festival to promote river tours, one of the province’s typical tourism products.

Home to a great person

In the heart of Hà Nội, President Hồ Chí Minh Relic Site is considered a very special place and a cultural heritage for all people.

Hats off to tradition

The south central province of Bình Định not only boasts beautiful natural landscapes with long beaches with turquoise water and soft yellow sand, but is also home to multiple handicraft villages.

Creating a country's coffee culture

President Hồ Chí Minh foresaw the future of the coffee industry in Việt Nam, saying Việt Nam had some of the best coffee in the world. Come and try it for yourself to decide.

A traditional martial art for modern minds

Bình Định martial art has been handed down for hundreds of years since the 15th century. Military generals under the Tây Sơn regime (1778-1802) developed it to train their soldiers to fight foreign invaders.

Vĩnh Long promotes 'hát bội'

Vĩnh Long plans to develop 'hát bội' into the province’s signature tourism product, contributing to preserving the art and introducing traditional theatrical performances to domestic and international tourists.

The battle of Hill A1: a Vietnamese hero's account

Among the fiercest fights in the Battle of Điện Biên Phủ was the assault on Hill A1 (identified as Strongpoint Eliane 2 by the French), a heavily fortified outpost that Commander-in-chief General Võ Nguyên Giáp described as "the key" to breaking the French "Hedgehog".

Điện Biên Phủ a hotbed of historical tourism

Điện Biên Phủ Victory Museum, A1 Hill relics, and Mường Phăng, where the Command Headquarters of the Việt Nam People's Army was located during the Battle of Điện Biên Phủ, are notable places for visitors to witness the stories behind the famous battle.

Ex-diplomat's memories of the 1954 Geneva peace talks

Colonel Hà Văn Lâu said that the Điện Biên Phủ victory held immense significance and greatly influenced the diplomatic efforts of the Democratic Republic of Việt Nam in Geneva, giving the Vietnamese delegation a victorious position in negotiation.

Việt Nam's 'King of bomb disposal'

Cao Xuân Thọ, who is hailed as one of the Vietnamese “Kings of bomb disposal” during the resistance war against the French, still remembers the brutal days spent alongside his comrades on the battlefield in Điện Biên Phủ.