Coastal Phu Yen invests in tourism infrastructure

Endowed with bountiful natural resources which underpin the development of tourism, a key sector set to spearhead the provincial growth plans, Phu Yen has begun to make a name for itself both in Vietnam and internationally. Report by the Vietnam Economic News.

Youth joins fight against climate change

A forum on the role of youth in the fight against climate change opened in Hanoi on May 9. It was held to enhance relations among young people, socio-political organisations and coastal communities.

March is best time to discover joys of Nam Du Archipelago

The common local saying "on the waves of March, old women go out to sea", means the sea is often calm in March, making it perfect to venture out to fish, or simply for pleasure. Now, as March swiftly approaches, the waters of the Nam Du Archipelago, 52 nautical miles off the coast of Rach Gia, the capital of the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang , you'll find the natural surrounds very inviting.

NA Chairman visits Bach Long Vi island

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung has underlined the important geographical position of Bach Long Vi island district and its role as an ideal destination for developing fishing and tourism in line with the national socio-economic development plan.

Sun, sea draw Russians to VN coastal cities

Pristine beaches and fresh seafood have lured Russian tourists, part of the top-ten travellers to Vietnam during the past five years, to the coastal cities of Nha Trang and Phan Thiet.

Tourists enjoy Quan Lan Beach’s pristine beauty

The pristine beauty of Quan Lan Beach has yet to be spoiled and is a mecca for tourists. The deep blue waters, strong waves and white sandy beaches span over several kilometres. Wild, green pines flank the beach, which adds charm to the pristine location.

Coastal city draws the crowds

Vung Tau is well known as one of southern Vietnam's most popular tourist destinations thanks to enjoy beautiful sunsets, white sand beaches and numerous water activities.

Locally-made microchip installed

The indigenously produced VN8-01 microchip has been successfully integrated into a marine remote supervision and safety control system, scientists announced on September 22.