souvenirs

Update news souvenirs

Mini human figurines based on images of real people costing between VND1 million and VND5 million have become popular souvenirs within the domestic market.

Gold plated tigers hit souvenir shops in Hanoi

24-carat gold plated tigers are hitting high-end souvenir shops in Hanoi, selling for between several millions and tens of million dong.

The charm of Sapa

VietNamNet Bridge – Many local and foreign tourists often pick Sapa as part of their journeys to the northwest of Vietnam to not only enjoy the cool climate and scenes but also explore the diverse cultures of ethnic minority groups

Photos: Welding technology turns scrap into monsters, mini-cyclos

 VietNamNet Bridge - From screws, scrap and waste, a mechanical workshop in District 7 in HCM City has created eye-catching souvenirs like cyclos, motorcycles, bicycles, tanks, robots and monsters.

Entrepreneur creates homes of her dreams

 VietNamNet Bridge – After seeing photographs of dollhouses, Vu Mai Linh became infatuated with the miniature homes. Today, in addition to her day job, she runs a growing dollhouse-building business.

Hoi An craftsman turns roots into souvenirs

 VietNamNet Bridge – Bamboo roots used to be burned as firewood in rural areas of Viet Nam, since farmers only used trunks of bamboo trees for handcrafts or the building of houses.

HCM City wants to have distinctive souvenirs for tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – As HCMC lacks souvenirs and gifts typical of its features for tourists, the HCMC Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism will organize a design contest to find distinctive souvenirs to meet their shopping demand.