(Jan 24, 2011) The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on January 22 launched a national action plan to preserve and develop the value of the Giong Festival, which has been recognised as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO.
(Jan 24, 2011) The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology will hold its annual Tet (Lunar New Year) celebrations on February 6-8, with music, food and games – and the participation of 90 representatives from six ethnic groups from around the country.
(Jan 21, 2011) A festival of Spring Flowers and Drinks will be organised on January 25 to celebrate Tet (the Lunar New Year). The festival will be held in Hanois Vietnam Culture and Arts Exhibition Centre.
(Jan 21, 2011) Yacht teams from 20 countries and territories in the world will take part in the International Yacht Festival 2011 which will be held in Mui Ne, in the central province of Binh Thuan from March 17-20.
(Jan 20, 2011) As the Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival is approaching, tourist companies are eagerly preparing to launch tours to serve not only local holidaymakers but also tens of thousands of foreign visitors.
(Jan 19, 2011) The HCMC Peoples Committee has assigned local tour company Saigontourist Holding Company and other administrative agencies to organise the Tet Tan Mao (Lunar New Year of the Cat) Festival in the citys downtown.