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Hoi An - charming ancient city in central Vietnam

Hoi An ancient town in central Vietnam is becoming the focus of the world after it topped the list of 15 best cities in the world in a recent vote of the US travel magazine Travel & Leisure.

Writing contest launched to explore friendship with India

The Viet Nam-India Friendship Association in Hanoi has launched a writing contest about India and the two countries' friendship.

So Kien Basilica– Ha Nam’s oldest church

The So Kien Basilica, ordained in 2010, (also known as Ke So Church) is an interesting destination with massive and East-West convergent architectural style.

100-year-old Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture

With a history of 100 years of formation and development (1919-2019), the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture, with its cultural and heritage values, has become an attractive destination, the pride of the people in Da Nang.

Cat Ba island - A pearl of northern Vietnam

Located 45 km east of Hai Phong port city, Cat Ba boasts a typical ecological system in Vietnam, including tropical rain forests, limestone islands, mangrove forests, coral reefs and sea grass.

Quang Ninh Museum runs effectively

Quang Ninh Museum is known for its innovative operating system that reduces the stress or need from the public budget. It has set a prime example for new and improved operation ways can result in positive outcome.

ASEAN – Vietnam tourism's untapped market

With a population of over 600 million people, along with a relatively close geographical distance, favourable traffic and entry conditions, ASEAN is really a potential market for Vietnam. 

Hue promotes tourism growth potential

Thua Thien Hue which owns 5 cultural heritage sites recognized by UNESCO is a key locality of the central region in terms of tourism development.

Phu Yen meets criteria for Global Geopark

The central province of Phu Yen has sufficient conditions to set up a Global Geopark, Guy Martini, Chairman of the UNESCO Global Geoparks Council, said after a field trip to the site earlier this week.

Hoi An-Japan cultural exchange festival to take place this weekend

A cultural exchange festival between the central city of Hoi An and Japan will take place in the city’s ancient quarter and An Hoi statues park from August 9 to 11.

Visiting incense-making Quang Phu Cau village

Quang Phu Cau village in Ung Hoa district, 35 kilometres from downtown of Hanoi, is famous for its century-old craft of making incense. 

Tourists urged to buy travel insurance

With several incidents happening to Vietnamese travellers abroad, tourists are advised to buy travel insurance ahead of their trips. However, many travellers have not yet paid due attention to this type of insurance.

Reservoir attracts tourists with raw beauty

A hydropower reservoir is becoming a popular tourist destination in Tuyen Quang Province thanks to the limestone in the middle of the reservoir.

“Hanoi Pride” photo contest draws hundreds of foreign entries

A photo contest running with the theme “Tu hao Hanoi”, or Hanoi Pride, has received a total of 2,659 photographs submitted by 430 photographers from eight countries worldwide, nine months since the launch of the contest.


Eel dishes

They're slippy and they're slimy, but they are delicious, especially when cooked by Hanoi's eel expert. He even insists only using eels from his hometown and has them delivered 300 miles everyday!

Nom bo kho

Nom bo kho translates into English as simply dried beef salad, but there’s nothing simply about this Vietnamese appetiser. 

A visit to Tan Ky old house in Hoi An

Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street in the Old Quarter of Hoi An’s Ancient Town, the Old House of Tan Ky is an almost perfect example of a home of an 18th century merchant in the major commercial port town.


Street vendors in Vietnam

Even though by no way is it unique to Vietnam, street vending is an essential part of city life.


Unique fishing in Vung Tau

Walking on beaches in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, visitors will see local fishermen stay in stilt houses to catch fish using an original method which has existed for decades.

Vietnam looks to make tourism a spearhead

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will develop tourism into a spearhead by 2030, creating impetus to boost the growth of other industries, and making significant contributions to shaping a modern economy.