Phu Quoc - An international coastal city-island Destinations

Phu Quoc - An international coastal city-island

Phu Quoc Island City in Kien Giang province covers an area of 573 sq km, stretching 50 km in length and, at its widest point in the north, is 25 km across. Boasting numerous beautiful beaches, the island is being developed into a high-quality eco-tourism and beach destination, aiming to become a national and international tourism hub connected to major economic centres in the region and the world.
Mongolia runs tourism roadshow in Ho Chi Minh City Travel

Mongolia runs tourism roadshow in Ho Chi Minh City

The Go Mongolia Roadshow 2024 took place in Ho Chi Minh City on April 5 as part of the southern metropolis’ tourism festival, showcashing the Mongolian culture, people, and potential for cooperation with Vietnam.
2024 Hanoi Tourism Festival to take place late this month Travel

2024 Hanoi Tourism Festival to take place late this month

The 2024 Hanoi Tourism Festival will be held from April 25-28 at the city’s Thong Nhat Park, with diverse activities. The annual event aims to honour the attractive cultural and historical values of Hanoi, exploit existing advantages, step up tourism promotion activities and attract more domestic and foreign tourists to the capital city.
Mongolia seeks closer tourism links with Vietnam Travel

Mongolia seeks closer tourism links with Vietnam

The Mongolian Ministry of Environment and Tourism is holding tourism promotion activities in Vietnam from April 4 to 7 during the first time this landlocked country takes part in the Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Festival.
Dien Bien Phu Historical Victory Museum to extend opening hours Travel

Dien Bien Phu Historical Victory Museum to extend opening hours

The Dien Bien Phu Historical Victory Museum, a must-see destination in the north-western province of Dien Bien, has decided to extend its opening hours, catering to increasing demand in the upcoming National Reunification Day (April 30) and May Day holidays as well as the 70th anniversary of the victory (May 7).