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Hanoi is reviewing the general development planning designed 10 years ago and adjusting the planning of the city on the two banks of Red River. Where is the green corridor for Hanoi?

Red River Delta named among top 52 Places for a Changed World

The Vietnamese Red River Delta has been named among the list of the top 52 Places for a Changed World in 2022, as selected by the New York Times of the United States.

Duong Lam first Vietnamese ancient village to become national relic

Hanoi’s Duong Lam ancient village, renowned for its unique houses built with wooden frames and fortified with laterites, still preserves typical features of old villages in the Red River Delta.

Helicopter tour provides ultimate view of Hanoi and Red River Delta

Visitors can have a bird’s-eye view of Hanoi and the Red River Delta on a helicopter tour operated by the Vietnam Helicopter Corporation.

Home-style restaurant offers authentic taste of Hanoi

Just two weeks since our first visit to Tam Vi – a restaurant dedicated to the authentic home-cooked style of Northern Vietnam, especially old Hanoi – we came back for the second time.

South Korea to help improve Vietnamese rice quality

South Korea will provide 5 billion won (USD4.5 million) to help improve the rice quality in Vietnam’s Red River delta region.

Red River Delta urged to develop sea tourism

Ha Long, Cat Ba are always the top choices for tourists. But there are many other localities in the north with potential for development yet still struggling for right direction to develop sea tourism

Arable land is crop unfriendly

VietNamNet Bridge – Mai Van Trinh, Director General of the Viet Nam Institute for Agricultural Environment, tells the Nong thon Viet Nam Newspaper that the soil in the Red Delta is fast losing its nutrients, and is severely polluted in many areas. 

Red River Delta in need of investment to respond to climate change

The 2nd Red River Delta Climate Change Symposium organised on February 25 by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, advocated for increased investment to help the region adapt to climate change,

Nine children drown every day, can't swim

 VietNamNet Bridge – Up to nine children drown every day because they can't swim, but still play in water, an expert said.

Four best features of Trang An Landscape Complex

VietNamNet Bridge – Situated on the southern shore of the Red River Delta, Trang An is a spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys, some of which are submerged, and surrounded by steep,

Nation braces for rainy season

 VietNamNet Bridge – The northern region has been warned to brace for heavy rainfalls during July, the peak month of the rainy season.

Water worshipping runs deep in Red River delta soul

 VietNamNet Bridge – Originating from the conception that everything has holy characters, worshipping water god is an early custom popular in water areas in the Red River.


 Red River Delta development plan announced; Steel sector struggles to iron out difficulties; Vietnam’s sustainable coffee production starts to stir; Shipping firms ignore container handling charges


 Vietnam's advertising wakes up to a changing industry; Electricity market on the horizon in Vietnam; Lotte trade centre put into use in Binh Duong; Credit institutions asked to deal with bad debts

Red River's beauty goes on show

 VietNamNet Bridge – A new photo exhibition honouring the beauty of provinces and cities in the Red River Delta opens in coastal Hai Phong City today.

Poor returns drive rice farmers from land

 VietNamNet Bridge – One of the seven farming households in their district to walk off their rice paddies, Bui Thi Dung explains how her family's decided to give up on farming.

Panoramic view of Da River Hydropower Plant

 VietNamNet Bridge – Da River Hydropower Plant, also known as Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant, is an alternative sightseeing spot for travelers to the northwestern mountainous province of Hoa Binh.

Tourism is a key economic sector of the Red River Delta: Government

The Prime Minister has approved a master plan for socio-economic development of the Red River Delta to 2020, including 11 provinces and centrally-run cities such as Hanoi, Hai Phong, Quang Ninh, Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh ...

Chau van singing – A unique feature of Vietnamese culture

To preserve and promote the art of Chau van singing, the French Cultural in Ha Noi and Viet Nam’s Chau van Singing Preservation Club recently organized a two-night Chau van singing performance, drawing much attention from the public.