Pilgrims flock to Tran temple’s seal opening ceremony
The seal opening ceremony at the Tran temple in the northern province of Nam Dinh, took place on the 14th night of the first lunar month, which fell on February 5, attracting thousands of visitors.
HCM City hopes to welcome 3.8 million int’l visitors in 2012
HCM City aims to receive 3.8 million foreign arrivals in 2012, 8 percent more than in 2011, according to the Municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Eo Gio captures beauty of Quy Nhon
Coming to Quy Nhon, visiting Eo Gio to hear the wind whispering through mountain walls, caves and then harmonize with waves crashing onto the shore is a must.
92 businesses join Da Lat flower festival
Ninety-two domestic and international businesses have registered to participate in the Da Lat international flower festival 2012, according to Lam Dong provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
New Year 2012 arts programme held in Hue
An arts performance to promote the image of Hue to both domestic and foreign visitors was held yesterday at the Thua Thien – Hue Culture and Information Centre.
Vietnamese pottery exhibition held in Can Tho
A Vietnamese Pottery exhibition from the collection of Vo Minh Man and Tran Quoc Doan –members of Vietnam Cultural Heritage Association was held at Can Tho Museum on December 27th, 2011.
Vietnam receives more than 6 million foreign tourists in 2011
In December 2011, more than 593,000 foreign tourists visited Vietnam, bringing the total arrivals to the country in the whole year to more than 6 million, a 19.1 percent increase from 2010.
Int’l bonsai and flower festival opens in Da Lat
More than 6,000 flowers, 3,000 bonsais, nearly 3,500 wood and rock products and about 725 calligraphy works are on display at the Da Lat international bonsai and flower festival from December 30-January 3
Russian TV channel spotlights Vietnam
TV channel Russia-2 broadcast a one-hour program on January 2 introducing Vietnam’s country and people.
Night market opens in Hue
The Hue City People's Committee launched a pedestrian-only night market along Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street from Truong Tien Bridge to Phu Xuan Bridge on January 2.