'World Cup' Qatar 2022 items priced from VND70,000 available in Hanoi
More than 5,000 World Cup Qatar 2022 have been produced in Hanoi’s pottery village of Bat Trang, ready to serve football fans. The price for the World Cups are VND70,000 to VND200,000.
Vietnam will participate in ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) 2023 themed “ASEAN: A Journey to Wonderful Destinations”, and the Travel Exchange (TRAVEX) trade fair in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from February 2 – 5.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have both been included in a list of the safest cities in Southeast Asia, as compiled by statistics site Numbeo.
Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai, head of the steering committee on building the national anti-corruption strategy by 2030, has signed a decision on the issuance of the committee’s action plan.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities made a proposal to clear bottlenecks for healthy and sustainable development of the real estate market.
Vietnam needs to improve FDI quality, attracting high-tech projects that promise to bring higher added value.
Digital transformation is considered key to improving education and training quality, as proven by the effect of HCM City actively applying digital transformation over the past five years.
The capital city of Hanoi encourages the expansion of safe fruit businesses while clamping down on fruit shops that do not comply with food safety protocols, specifically street vendors.
Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum has received two paintings from former deputy ambassador Ellen Berends of the Netherlands to Vietnam.
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.
In the digital era, next-generation farmers can fertilize and water their fields in Binh Phuoc from afar, even in a different country.
2023 is predicted to be the year of many challenges for the Vietnamese economy due to the gloomy outlook of the global economy and multiple crises.
Vehicles will be banned from using the seven-kilometer-long Prenn Pass to travel to Dalat City as work on the pass upgrade and widening project begins on February 6.