Farmers in Nhật Tân village are in a rush to harvest blossoms as Tết fast approaches.
Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam has just signed a decision to officially recognise 23 more national treasures, increasing the number of artefacts and groups of artefacts recognised as national treasures to 238 nationwide.
If you are a fan of vinyl records and retro music, Montauk by LP Club might be the perfect place to spend this Christmas in Hà Nội.
The distinguished architecture of the Quảng Ninh Museum and Library complex has proved a popular draw for visitors of all ages in the northern province. Now that Quảng Ninh has reopened to tourists it is among the places most worth exploring.
Many activities to honour the national tangible and intangible cultural values have been organised nationwide to celebrate Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day that fell on November 23.
Some 80 ceramic pieces, representing the pottery making history of Việt Nam, are being exhibited at the National Museum of Vietnamese History in downtown Hà Nội.
He also said that Vietnamese brands have been gaining increasing trust in Australia thanks to a number of trade promotion activities in order to better advertise brands of Vietnamese products and increasing efforts made by businesses.
A Vietnamese mandarin hat said to be from the Nguyễn Dynasty has sold for 600,000 euros (about VNĐ15.6 billion) at an auction in Barcelona, Spain.