Zero-waste communities start to emerge in Hoi An Environment

Zero-waste communities start to emerge in Hoi An

Reserving a 2,600sq.m garden in Dong Na village in Cam Ha commune – a farming intensive suburban area of Hoi An – local farmers and businesses have joined hands to debut the first zero-waste agriculture and tourism zone in promoting ‘green’ tourism product in the tourism hub.
The experience of being 7km deep in Paradise cave Destinations

The experience of being 7km deep in Paradise cave

Most visitors who have been to Paradise cave, located in Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, are only allowed to explore just the first 1km into this cave along a wooden staircase and boardwalk under bright lights. Very few, however, know that there is the unique experience of going 7km deeper into the cave for adventurous cavers.
Tour guides get by in wake of COVID-19 Society

Tour guides get by in wake of COVID-19

As tourism activities have come to a complete halt and many firms gone bankrupt, a large number of tour guides end up losing their jobs. They have to do other jobs to earn a living.
International vocational training to be extended across country Society

International vocational training to be extended across country

Vocational training schools in Vietnam will continue to use curricula transferred from Australia and Germany until the end of 2020 and 2025, respectively, following the Prime Minister’s approval to extend the technical vocational education and training (TVET) reform plan.
Missing Vietnamese girl found safe in UK Society

Missing Vietnamese girl found safe in UK

UK police in North Yorkshire country said on August 13 that Vietnamese teenager Le Thi Dieu Linh, 15, who went missing during a visit to York on August 6, has been found safe and well.