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Expanding green urban areas across Hanoi by removing park fences

Thong Nhat, one of the biggest parks in Hanoi, has been transformed from a 'closed' to an 'open' park after its iron fences have been removed, making it easier for people to access the public space.

Over 10,000 rose trees to replace fence at Hanoi park

More than 10,000 rose trees are being planted to replace the fence which has just been removed at Thong Nhat Park in Hanoi.

Hanoi proceeds with park revitalization program

The implementation of Hanoi leaders’ promise to revive parks has begun: admission to Thong Nhat Park is now free after the removal of the fence, and Con Coc Flower Garden has a new look. However, there are still many things that need to be done.

Parks must be improved for the community

Hanoi authorities plan to “revive” parks in the city next year so that people can benefit from them and have free access to these public spaces.

Hanoi speeds up construction of nine new parks

Park development is one of the critical tasks of local authorities to make Hanoi a worth-living city.

Hanoians look forward to large amusement park after years of delays

Sixty-eight years have elapsed since the capital city's liberation day (October 10, 1954), but Hanoi still doesn’t have an amusement park that fits the scale and stature of the city and its 10 million residents.

Hanoi needs better management at parks

Living in concrete houses and lusting for greenery, Hanoians often hesitate to enter parks because each park has its own way of management.

Hanoi to build six more parks

The Hanoi government has decided to establish a steering committee for park and flower garden upgrading and building projects in charge of developing six more parks in the 2021-2025 period.

Hanoi’s three largest parks are seriously degraded

Many public works in the parks of Thu Le, Bach Thao, and Thong Nhat in Hanoi are in disrepair, affecting urban beauty and public experiences.

HCM City to build more parks, green spaces

Ho Chi Minh City is building more than 10 hectares of public parks and two hectares of public green spaces by the end of the year.


HCM City to build more parks, green spaces

HCM City is building more than 10 hectares of public parks and two hectares of public green spaces by the end of the year.

HCM City seeks to build more parks, expand greenery

The HCM City People’s Committee has instructed the Department of Construction to come up with a comprehensive programme for building public parks and increasing the green cover over the next decade.

Hanoi astronomy park nears completion

The first outdoor astronomy park in Southeast Asea is nearing completion at Duong Noi Urban Area in Ha Dong District, Hanoi.

HCM City turns landfills into public parks

The HCM City authority has turned landfills into public parks and recreational sports areas in some districts in the city.

Gov’t asks Hanoi to build parking spaces, parks

 Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has asked Hanoi’s People’s Committee to revise its construction plan and build more parks and parking areas to serve people.

HCM City needs more statues, parks, squares to make public space pretty

 VietNamNet Bridge – Art critics, sculptors and officials from HCM City and neighbouring areas attending a recent seminar said the city should erect more sculptural works in public areas for landscaping purpose.

The "green forests" in the heart of Saigon

 VietNamNet Bridge – The parks of Gia Dinh, Hoang Van Thu, Tao Dan and the Saigon Zoo with thousands of trees are ideal venues for fresh air and relaxation of HCM City people and visitors.

Hanoi's children lack spaces to play

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi had few parks and playgrounds because many earmarked for this purpose were being used for parking, business or other projects.

HCM City to spend over $2 million to plant trees

 VietNamNet Bridge –HCM City plans to grow one million trees this year, at a cost of more than VND45.5 billion (over $2 million), according to a newly-approved plan.

Hanoi to build 18 new parks

 VietNamNet Bridge - By 2030, the inlying area of Hanoi will have 60 parks, including 18 new parks, according to the city’s planning on parks to 2030, with a vision to 2050.