Tourism development in Southern Quang Nam
The recent connectivity between the three localities of Tam Ky - Nui Thanh - Phu Ninh has brought about promising developments for tourism in the southern region of Quang Nam province.  
Viet Nam Travel Atlas - the 10th edition
(TITC) - Aiming to provide information and help tourists learn about tourist attractions in Viet Nam, Tourism Information Technology Centre has published the 10th edition of Viet Nam Travel Atlas…
Cao Bang kicks off Ban Gioc waterfall tourism festival
The second Ban Gioc Waterfall Tourism Festival opened on October 13 in Trung Khanh district, the northern border province of Cao Bang.  
More documents and artifacts added to Ho Chi Minh Museum collection
The Ho Chi Minh Museum in Ha Noi received documents and artifacts on the life and career of the beloved national leader, presented by individuals and collectives, on August 29, to mark the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day (September 2).  
A century-old Hindu temple in Sai Gon
Built in the late 19th century by the first Indian migrants who settled down in Sai Gon to do business, the Indian goddess temple called Mariamman Temple in District 1 is a worshiping place for Hindu followers.
Viet Nam’s first sand statue park attracts visitors
A park with sand statues named “Forgotten Land” in the south central province of Binh Thuan opened for visitors in January 2017.
Quang Nam prepares for “Tam Thanh Sea Tourism Week”
(TITC) - Quang Nam provincial People's Committee is in collaboration with Tam Ky City People's Committee to hold "Tam Thanh Sea Tourism Week”, which is expected to take place from 13th to 15th June 2014.