Ha Nhi ethnics in Lai Chau celebrate new year early Videos

Ha Nhi ethnics in Lai Chau celebrate new year early

The 11th lunar month is when the Ha Nhi ethnics celebrate their new year, known as Khù Sự Chà. It is a time for relaxation, entertainment, reunions, and passing on best wishes. The holiday lasts for five days after harvest.
Programme started to boost Phu Quoc tourism Travel

Programme started to boost Phu Quoc tourism

A tourism promotion programme has been recently held in Phu Quoc island district, the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang, as part of a bigger programme aiming to stimulate the domestic tourism sector.
Ministry predicts 2020 export growth of 3-4 pct. Business

Ministry predicts 2020 export growth of 3-4 pct.

Vietnam still managed to maintain export growth in the first 10 months of this year despite COVID-19, and exports for the year as a whole are expected to rise 3-4 percent against 2019, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Digital transformation helps revive tourism industry Travel

Digital transformation helps revive tourism industry

To revive the half-alive tourism industry by impacts posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, technological "giants" have been committed to helping travel businesses enhance digital transformation. Technology has also been drastically changing the way people think about travel.
Vibrant atmosphere return to northern tourism sites Travel

Vibrant atmosphere return to northern tourism sites

Hotels and other lodging facilities near the special national heritage Mu Cang Chai Terraced Field in the northern province of Yen Bai has been packed with holiday-makers those days as the COVID-19 pandemic has been brought under control.
Harvesting ‘green gold’ on cloud-covered mountains Society

Harvesting ‘green gold’ on cloud-covered mountains

Shan tuyet tea trees in Ta Xua commune of Bac Yen district in the northern mountainous province of Son La grow in an environment that is filled with clouds and cold fog all year round. Shan tuyet tea is a precious specialty of the local Mong ethnic minority people, who call it “green gold”.