Enjoying early morning dew on the peak of Son Tra Peninsula
Son Tra Peninsula with its peak at some 700 meters above sea level is called the “green lung” of the coastal city of Danang. In autumn, this peninsula is even more attractive to travelers who want to indulge themselves in the purity of the peaceful nature, particularly at sunrise. We have recently made such a trip to Son Tra peak.
Exhibition to spotlight Vietnam’s cultural heritage
An exhibition entitled ‘Space of Vietnamese cultural heritage’ will be held live and virtually in late November, according to a recent announcement from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Efforts made to connect youth with heritage
Vietnam has a number of industrial heritages, including physical remains of manufacturing and mining sites and old factories such as Tran Hung Dao Mechanical Factory, Gia Lam Train Factory, Hanoi…
Nam Du Archipelago: An inviting tourist attraction in Kien Giang
Nam Du Archipelago in is an inviting place for visitors to the southern province of Kien Giang. Anyone who has been there has been allured by the beauty of the pristine beaches, superb dining experiences, and hotels overlooking the windy sea at affordable prices.
Youngsters make videos to honour beauty of Vietnamese women and traditional craft villages
Youngsters have displayed their creativeness in making videos to outline the Vietnamese cultural values and the beauty of Vietnamese women in traditional craft villages across the nation.
Sea of clouds on Vietnam’s "rooftop"
Many tourists, especially instagrammers, love checking in on Fansipan mount, which is dubbed as "Vietnam’s rooftop", as they can take lovely photos amid a sea of clouds there.
Tourism industry needs support   (Sep 25, 2020)
Tourism industry needs support
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has asked Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc for urgent support for tourism businesses impacted by the second wave of COVID-19.
Paragliding festival kickstarts tourism promotion programme in Yen Bai
Yen Bai provincial authorities kicked off a tourism promotion programme on May 30 with the launch of a paragliding festival in Cao Pha commune, Mu Cang Chai district.
More than half of travel companies in HCM City reopen
Around 60 percent of travel companies in HCM City have resumed operating while the rest are expected to regain business in the fourth quarter of the year, according to the city’s Department of Tourism.
Tourism sector busy on holidays after social distancing eased
Tourist attractions around Vietnam have begun re-opening their doors after “hibernating” during the COVID-19 outbreak and hope to fully tap into the opportunities brought by the four-day National Reunification Day and International Labour Day holiday from April 30 to May 3.
Visit An Giang Province in rainy season
With mighty mangrove forests, unique floating markets and cultural destinations, An Giang Province is a beautiful place to visit during the rainy season, which will come next month.
Vietnam to halt visa access for Italian citizens beginning from March 3
Vietnam has made the decision to suspend unilateral visa exemptions for Italian citizens, with the decision set to take effect as of 0:00am on March 3, due to the complicated developments surrounding the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in Italy.  
Thua Thien - Hue welcomes two cruise ships
Chan May Seaport in the central province of Thua Thien - Hue received two cruise ships with Bahamas nationality, Crystal Symphony and Silver Spirit, carrying more than 1,200 passengers on February 19.  
Vietnam Formula 1 racetrack named after Hanoi
The Formula One (F1) racetrack in Vietnam has been named after the capital Hanoi while its nine grandstands take their names from popular destinations from north to south.  
Vietnam’s response to nCoV outbreak spotlighted on Asia Times
The Asia Times website on January 30 posted an article reporting on the Vietnamese Government’s response to rapid developments of the pneumonia epidemic caused by the novel coronavirus (nCoV).