There is a lot of treasure under the sea off Việt Nam. Some of it that has been brought up is on a display in a museum and many people are enjoying seeing it.
Property developer Novaland Group on Thursday officially launched two new tourism property projects called NovaWorld Phan Thiết and NovaWorld Bình Châu.
Treasures sinking in the seabed for centuries reveal much information about the civilisations in the past. Archaeologists salvaged them from the shipwrecks and now show the public the important position of Việt Nam in the map of Maritime Silk Road.
The southern coastal province of Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu authorities have approved a master plan for tourism development by 2025 with a vision to 2030.
The emerging mass tourism in coastal provinces in recent years has destroyed natural beauty spots at a furious pace. And In the next five years, Việt Nam may lose all tourism resources.
Japanese Ambassador to Việt Nam Umeda Kunio yesterday announced eight grassroots development projects in Việt Nam that would receive about US$ 1.2 million in grants from the Japanese government.
Eco-tourism offers a valuable source of revenue for the southern coastal province of Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu, but challenges such as pollution remain.
Archeologists delivered 356 reports on the new archeological findings around Việt Nam at an announcement event held for the sector during the weekend in the city of Huế.
Breeding deer to harvest their antler velvet, the soft skin that grows on top, is enabling farmers in Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu Province’s Xuyên Mộc District earn a steady income.