Con Son-Kiep Bac Spring Festival kicks off Culture - Sports

Con Son-Kiep Bac Spring Festival kicks off

The Con Son-Kiep Bac Spring Festival opened at Con Son-Kiep Bac special national relic site in Chi Linh city, the northern province of Hai Duong on February 6, along with a ceremony to commemorate the 689th death anniversary of Huyen Quang - the third progenitor of the Truc Lam Zen sect.
Hoi An gears towards creative city Society

Hoi An gears towards creative city

The UNESCO-recognised ancient city of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam has advantages and opportunities to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN), heard an event held by the municipal People’s Committee on February 2.
Cultural diplomacy raises Vietnam's position worldwide Politics

Cultural diplomacy raises Vietnam's position worldwide

After a year implementing the strategy on cultural diplomacy to 2030, issued by the Prime Minister in November 2021, Vietnam has achieved marked results in the field, helping promote its relations with other countries across all channels of the Party, Government, National Assembly, and people, affirmed Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ha Kim Ngoc.
Continued efforts to protect Kon Ha Nung Biosphere Reserve Travel

Continued efforts to protect Kon Ha Nung Biosphere Reserve

Kon Ha Nung Plateau in the Central Highlands’ province of Gia Lai is home to one of two biosphere reserves in Vietnam to have secured official recognition from the UNESCO. This is a source of pride for the locality in particular and Vietnam in general. Inside the Kon Ha Nung Biosphere Reserve, rangers work hard to protect its rich resources.
Cu Lao Cham - Appealing attraction for tourists Travel

Cu Lao Cham - Appealing attraction for tourists

With an intact ecosystem and natural environment, Cu Lao Cham in central Quang Nam province has emerged as an appealing attraction for domestic and foreign tourists whenever they visit the ancient city of Hoi An.
Tet short tours preferred Business

Tet short tours preferred

Travel firms are offering tours lasting for two or three days to satisfy the increasing demand during the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year), the biggest holiday in Vietnam.