Music performance in Hoi An Ancient Town (Quang Nam Province)
(TITC) - In order to enrich tourism products attracting tourists to Hoi An, recently, People’s Committee of Hoi An City has allowed two groups of “Piano sound – Childhood melody” and “Ancient melody” to perform in the ancient town.
Hoi An Ancient Town launches tourism promotions
The ancient city of Hoi An has launched a variety of tourism promotions between May and August, officials at the city's Culture and Sport Centre said.
Hoi An Ancient Town to offer free admission during Tet holiday
Visitors will be offered free admission to Hoi An Ancient Town in Quang Nam Province and some other related tourism destinations from February 18 to 21, on the occasion of…
Quang Nam takes measures for heritage value preservation
The central province of Quang Nam has taken measures to promote and preserve values of the world heritage sites of My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An Ancient Town.
Hoi An keen to preserve Bai choi singing to attract tourists
The World Heritage site and ancient town of Hoi An has been implementing a number of measures to preserve bai choi singing in an effort to promote the heritage site’s cultural value.
Hoi An – Japan Cultural Exchange
(TITC) - In two days of 18th and 19th October 2014, the delegation of Hoi An City (Quang Nam Province) including 35 representatives of typical enterprises and Japanese living and working in Hoi An will participate in the 12th Hoi An – Japan Cultural Exchange Festival 2014 in Sakai City, Osaka Province, Japan.
Hoi An ancient town cited among 10 World Famous Canals
Touropia, a tourism website, has chosen Hoi An ancient town as one of the 10 World Famous Canals.
Discovering Viet Nam’s world heritage charming beauty
(TITC) – By 2014, following UNESCO’s recognition of Trang An as a mixed natural and cultural heritage of the world, Viet Nam has 20 world heritage properties including 05 cultural heritage sites, 02 natural heritage sites, 01 mixed heritage site, and other document  and intangible cultural heritage properties.
Satsuki festival to take place in Hanoi for first time
The Japanese Satsuki Festival will take place in the capital city of Hanoi for the first time. The two-day event, starting on May 8, will include Yosakoi dances performed by four famous Japanese troupes and seven Vietnamese troupes, tea making, sword performances, Japanese cuisine and traditional games.