People benefit from Green Annamites Project Society

People benefit from Green Annamites Project

Nearly 30,000 people have benefited from improved natural resource management and biodiversity conservation thanks to the Green Annamites Project in Quang Nam and Thua Thien-Hue provinces.
Tourism website launched to attract foreign visitors Videos

Tourism website launched to attract foreign visitors

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism , along with the Vietnam Tourism Advisory Board and Swiss Sustainable Tourism Programme , have joined forces to launch a new ‘Green Travel’ section on the national tourism website www.vietnam.travel/sustainability.
Kite making preserves Vietnamese rural souls Culture - Sports

Kite making preserves Vietnamese rural souls

When reminiscing about the early years as a child, perhaps many Vietnamese people will remember traditional games as the most beautiful part of their childhood memories. The kite flying could present the best those unforgettable puzzle pieces of them.
Choan Then village – where smiles of Ha Nhi ethnic children shine Travel

Choan Then village – where smiles of Ha Nhi ethnic children shine

Choan Then is an ancient village dating back over 300 years in Y Ty commune of Bat Xat district, the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai. Home to 57 households of the Ha Nhi ethnic minority group, it is not only renowned for “nha trinh tuong” (rammed earth house) but also impresses any visitor with bright smiles of its “small angels”.
Chuon Ngo Mother of Pearl Inlay Village Society

Chuon Ngo Mother of Pearl Inlay Village

Located in Chuyen My commune, Phu Xuyen district, 40 km from Hanoi, Chuon Ngo village (or another name is Ngo Ha) has gained renown as a famous Mother-of- pearl inlaid village for thousands years.
Hoi An’s tourism shows signs of recovery Travel

Hoi An’s tourism shows signs of recovery

UNESCO-recognised Hoi An ancient city in the central province of Quang Nam welcomes more than 3,000 tourists, mostly from Europe and North America, each day, a rosy sign for the local tourism sector after a gloomy period due to impacts of COVID-19.