The province of Ninh Bình is this year’s host to the National Tourism Year programme. Its history goes back to the Tenth Century Kingdom of Đại Việt.
The magnificent province of Ninh Bình, home to winding water flows among beautiful karsts, rice fields and lotus swamps, the natural studio for the blockbuster Kong: Skull Island is now back in the national spotlight.
The 2019 National Tourism Year concluded with a grand ceremony last Saturday in the south central province of Khánh Hòa, which was the host of the year.
More than 100 activities will take place nationwide next year to celebrate 2020 as national tourism year hosted by Ninh Bình Province.
Traditional handicraft artisans from across the country have been demonstrating their skills and products during a five-day festival to celebrate Việt Nam Cultural Heritage Day which fell on Saturday.
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 2019 HOZO International Music Festival in HCM City would not only be a significant cultural event of the year but also a magnet for tourists, the city Department of Tourism has said.
Paintings, graphic artwork and sculptures inspired by Hà Nội are on display at an exhibition in the capital city.