Non Nước Cao Bằng UNESCO Global Geopark is an exceptional area in which it is possible to explore the history of planet Earth for more than 500 million years. It’s also a land of tangible and intangible cultural heritage sites. Bùi Quỳnh Hoa explores.
On the fringes of the world-renowned Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park sits a quiet village which has become synonymous with rowing tourists to and from the spectacular limestone mountains and caves.
The central province of Quảng Bình is offering boat tours to craft villages along local rivers in an attempt to add tourism options in an area known for caving tours to famous karst grottoes.
The second Bản Giốc Waterfalls Tourism Festival has opened in the northern border province of Cao Bằng’s Trùng Khánh District.
The second Bản Giốc Waterfall Tourism Festival took place last weekend in the northern province of Cao Bằng with a range of activities to promote local culture and tourism as well as the hospitability of local residents.
The Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park in Quảng Bình Province has halted all caving activities due to unexpected floods.
Responsible tourism is on the rise, connecting tourists to local communities.
The year 2017 witnessed various important cultural and tourism events in Việt Nam. Việt Nam News looks back and lists the most distiguished:
Locals in central Quảng Bình Province are concerned that riverbank erosion along the local Son River will damage their houses and land.
A waterfall festival will be held this weekend at the Bản Giốc Waterfall Tourism Complex in Đàm Thủy Commune, Trùng Khánh District, in the northern province of Cao Bằng.