Associate Professor Trần Tân Văn, director of the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources, has been preparing dossiers for many of Việt Nam’s natural heritages to seek UNESCO recognition.
The Perfume Pagoda Festival, Việt Nam's oldest, biggest and longest-running festival, has officially been opened but due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the number of visitors has dropped sharply.
Bùi Văn Dương, deputy director general of the Department of Construction, talks to Tuổi Trẻ (Youth) newspaper about serious encroachments made by some construction projects at historic sites and parks in the northern mountainous province of Hà Giang
Hà Giang is beautiful at any time of year, with endless scenery to entertain and inspire visitors. While some travel far and wide across the province, for many the Lũng Cú flagpole is one milestone not to be missed.
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.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism stated on Monday evening that it backed decisions made by Hà Giang authorities over a controversial hostel-café built along one of the country’s most beautiful mountain passes, just hours after the business was told to shut down.