Quang Ninh holds Ao dai festival to promote tourism Travel

Quang Ninh holds Ao dai festival to promote tourism

Stories about heritages in the northern province of Quang Ninh were told through a show of 17 collections of Ao dai (traditional Vietnamese long dress) at Quang Ninh 2020 Ao dai festival organised in Cam Pha city on December 26.
The temple that rests on the mountain, overlooks the sea Destinations

The temple that rests on the mountain, overlooks the sea

Cua Ong Temple in Cam Pha city, the northeastern coastal province of Quang Ninh, is not only an impressive historical relic site but also a tourist attraction that lures a large number of visitors from far and wide thanks to its charming beauty and sacredness.
Bai Tu Long bay: A surprising wild beauty of Quang Ninh Travel

Bai Tu Long bay: A surprising wild beauty of Quang Ninh

Bai Tu Long bay borders Ha Long to the southwest, the South China Sea to the east, the mainland of Cam Pha city to the west, and Co To island district to the northeast. Bai Tu Long bay consists of hundreds of islands, both large and small, many of which are large and inhabited.
Exploring the most unique temple in the Northeast Travel

Exploring the most unique temple in the Northeast

Quang Ninh's Cua Ong Temple Festival has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage at the end of 2016. And at the end of 2017, Cua Ong Temple is ranked by the Government as a Special National Monument
Power sector seeking ways to grow further Business

Power sector seeking ways to grow further

Vietnam is striving for a commercial electricity output of 337.5 billion kWh by 2025 and 478.1 billion kWh by 2030, down 15 billion kWh and nearly 230 billion kWh compared with those in the adjusted Power Planning VII.