The Prime Minister has signed decisions to recognise 27 more national treasures dating back to the second and third century B.C.
Specialities from all parts of the country are being transported to HCM City ahead of Tết (the Lunar New Year).
Hold the bow, notch the arrow, draw the string back, aim and fire.
Hidden away in a tiny backstreet of Hà Nội is a community like no other.
Tourism creates thousands of jobs and helps drive the economic and social development of the country. For some provinces like Hưng Yên, leaders are focusing on forming policies to boost the sector's growth. An Vũ reports.
Tết (Lunar New Year) is fast approaching, and people in Bờ Đậu Village in the northern province of Thái Nguyên are busy preparing bánh chưng (square glutinous rice cakes).
The supporting industry boosted the development of Việt Nam's industrial real estate market last year, according to CBRE Việt Nam Co, Ltd.