An old slope in Nguyễn Biểu Street in Đà Lạt City in the central province of Lâm Đồng has put on a new artistic coat that is made of over 30 murals, making it a promising attractive destination of Việt Nam’s city of flowers.
Director Đinh Tuấn Vũ won big at the 21st Việt Nam National Film Festival (VNNFF) which took place in Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu Province from November 23-27. He takes Minh Thu behind the scenes.
Last month, Hà Nội People’s Committee and the Việt Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) brought smart tourism to Bát Tràng Commune, further highlighting it on the capital’s travel map.
The HCM City Development and Research Institute has proposed preserving 16 villas built before 1975 because of their historical and cultural importance.
As part of a new initiative, smart tourism will be applied at the centuries-old Bát Tràng Commune. Now, old kilns, ancient houses and pottery workshops will be ready to receive a new wave of tourists.
The HCM City Development and Research Institute should speed up the classification of old villas so that owners who might want to demolish the structures can build new houses, the city’s People’s Committee has said.
A TV series on the life of fishermen on Lý Sơn Island in central Quảng Ngãi Province attracted many viewers in the region after its first episode aired on HCM City Television (HTV) last weekend.