Quang Ngai: Ly Son Urban Area Planning targets international tourist city
The Dung Quat Economic Zone Management Board and Industrial Zones of Quang Ngai Province on July 12 collaborated with the People’s Committee of Ly Son District to host an announcement ceremony for the Ly Son Urban Area Construction Planning Project.
New check-in hotspot in Quang Ngai Province
The flower capital of Nghia Ha commune in the Central Province of Quang Ngai is blooming brilliantly, attracting hundreds of tourists to visit and save beautiful images.
The Ritz Herald: Discover 9 hidden gems in Vietnam
(TITC) - New York News Agency The Ritz Herald published an article suggesting 9 lesser-known places in Vietnam.
Bui Hui Plateau – A hidden gem for nature lovers
Bui Hui Plateau has emerged as an idyllic camping destination, offering expansive hills and vast stretches of lush green grasslands that extend to the horizon. It is an ideal location for organizing outdoor activities, perfect for those who relish exploring nature’s wonders.
Golden antiques of the Cham people
The golden artifacts of the early people of the ancient kingdom of Champa not only impress with their abundance but also showcase a remarkable diversity in forms. These artistic masterpieces carry significant aesthetic value, exemplifying the advanced craftsmanship and metallurgical skills achieved by the Champa across different historical periods. Several of these ancient artifacts have earned their national treasure status.
Nha Trang Sea Festival scheduled for June 3-6
More than 60 events are set to take place during the 2023 Nha Trang-Khanh Hoa Sea Festival from June 3-6. 
Quang Ngai commemorates soldiers of ancient Hoang Sa Flotilla
The annual “Le khao le the linh Hoang Sa” (Feast and Commemoration Festival for Hoang Sa Soldiers) ceremony was held in An Hai communal temple, Ly Son Island, in the central coastal province of Quang Ngai on March 7.
Ba Den Mountain: A brilliant paradise of flowers
This February, visitors to Ba Den (Black Lady) Mountain in Tay Ninh province, can admire a brilliant paradise of flowers, especially thousands of tulips which are at their most beautiful.
Ly Son (Quang Ngai Province) to become a sea island tourism hub
The Politburo’s Resolution on “Developing socio-economy and ensuring security and defense in the North Central and the Central Coast Region until 2030, with a vision to 2045” aims to turn Ly Son island into a sea and island tourism hub. The local authority and people are determined to build Ly Son into a civilized, modern island which is important to national defense and security.
Seventh Italian Food Week in Vietnam kicks off in Hanoi
The Italian Food Week in Vietnam 2022 is being held from November 14 to November 20 in Hanoi as part of efforts to give the public the opportunity to sample a range of authentic Italian dishes.
Exhibition honours ancient ships and national treasures
An exhibition, themed “The quintessence of heritages from ancient ships and national treasures”, was held in the central province of Quang Ngai on August 6.
Temporarily suspending medical declaration for COVID-19 at all Vietnamese border gates
(TITC) - On 26th April, the Ministry of Health sent a document to the People's Committees of provinces and cities about the temporary suspension of COVID-19 medical declaration at all Vietnam's border gates for people entering the Vietnam.
“Green Stream” for tourism to take off
(TITC) - The forum “Green Stream for tourism to take off” with the theme “Opening tourism flexibly - safely – effectively” took place in Ha Noi on 11th March 2022. This event was organised by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in collaboration with the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Business Forum Magazine. Mr. Nguyen Trung Khanh, VNAT’s Chairman, attended…
Vietnam has five new special national relics
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam recently signed a decision to recognise five relic sites as special national ones.
With their latest ‘cai luong’ (reformed opera) play entitled ‘Nguyet Cam Ca – Kieu’, which was inspired from Vietnam’s 18th century poetic masterpiece ‘Tale of Kieu’ by celebrated poet Nguyen Du (1776 - 1820), artists from the Vietnam Cai Luong Theatre have left deep impressions and profound feelings on the audience, by conveying a message that women with beautiful souls deserve to be loved and to be…