Tourists visiting Mù Cang Chải District in the northern province of Yến Bái can indulge themselves in a variety of exciting activities exploring local tourism like the paragliding festival, painting with beeswax or weaving brocade at the end of May.
The play Điều Còn Lại (Thing That Remains) about the life of the people and soldiers after the war will be staged on May 29 at the Hà Nội Opera House as an effort to bring cultural activities back to life.
People’s Artist Tống Toàn Thắng, vice director of the Việt Nam Circus Federation, said the performance is part of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism's efforts to revive cultural events.
Since the restoration of independence in 1991, Azerbaijan has achieved significant development of its economy via the implementation of big transnational energy, transport and infrastructure projects.
The Việt Nam Museum of Ethnology will host Discovering Southeast Asia programme on May 30-31 to celebrate International Children’s Day (June 1).
Việt Nam would consider opening its borders to foreign visitors – if the country they are coming from has gone 30 days without any new cases of COVID-19, experts have said.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has called on strengthening measures to ensure the enforcement of the rights of children and child protection.