(Dec 2, 2012) The immense blue sea and sky, imposing mountains erupting amidst the ocean, endless evergreen primeval forests, long stunning beaches and splendid rock cliffs of Nam Du Archipelago in Kien Giang Province have seen it compared to the ‘new wonder of the world’ that is Halong Bay in Quang Ninh Province.
(Dec 2, 2012) The Ok Om Bok Festival, a jubilant occasion with a range of traditional rituals and one of the three typical festivals of the Khmer people took place in southern Tra Vinh province on November 28.
(Dec 2, 2012) On November 28, the Vietnam Record Organization awarded a certificate for the highest Amitabha Buddha statue in Vietnam in Tong Lam Lo Son Temple, Vinh Phuong commune, Nha Trang city, Khanh Hoa province.
(Dec 2, 2012) A seminar aimed at seeking ways to realise the tourism potential of Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO-recognised World Heritage, was held in northeastern Quang Ninh province as part of the Ha Long Tourism Week 2012 for European visitors.
(Dec 2, 2012) The unique practice of worshipping Hung kings in Vietnam will be one of 35 pieces of intangible heritage submitted for recognition at the seventh session of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage, which will be held in Paris on December 3-7.