• Vietnam offers cut-price paradise to lure local travelers in post-virus period
     
    Prestigious news publication Reuters of the UK recently released an article detailing the country’s all-out efforts to rejuvenate its tourism industry in the post-novel coronavirus (COVID-19) period. The renowned UK media outlet reported that Vietnam recorded an annual 98% fall in visitor...
  • Mekong Delta partners with Vietnam Airlines to promote tourism
     
    The Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on June 22 coordinated with national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines to hold a seminar on promoting tourism in the post-COVID-19 period. Experts suggested solutions to attracting tourists to the Mekong...
  • President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum closes for annual maintenance
     
    The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi City’s Ba Dinh District will close from June 15 to August 15 for annual maintenance work, according to the mausoleum’s Management Board. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an important landmark of the capital city Hanoi and the political and social history...
  • Endangered ancient ironwoods gain heritage status in Hanoi
     
    85 ancient ironwood trees in Son Tay, a town on Hanois outskirts, received heritage status from the Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment. It’s a valuable timber tree threatened by overexploitation and listed as endangered by the International Union for...
  • Experience a regal dawn on Quy Nhon’s Queen Beach
     
    Queen Beach, on Vietnam’s central coast, has triggered curiosity among travelers for its countless boulders resembling giant birds’ eggs that cover over hundreds of square meters. Dawn on Queen (Hoang Hau) Beach, located on Ghenh Rang Hill, two kilometers from downtown Quy Nhon. Quy...
  • Vingroup starts construction of $1 bln theme park in Hai Phong city
     
    Vingroup has begun construction of Vietnam’s largest theme park on Hai Phongs Vu Yen Island, the $1-billion VinWonders. VinWonders is part of an entertainment, housing and eco-park project located at the intersection of three major rivers, Bach Dang, Ruot Lon and Cam, with a unique...
  • A spot of Cambodia in central Saigon
     
    Existing for half a century, the traditional Cambodian market in Ho Chi Minh City has long attracted visitors with its authentic fare. Hidden inside Alley 374/51, Le Hong Phong Street of District 10, the Cambodian market, known as Le Hong Phong Market, is accessible on foot or motorbike. It is...
  • At Nui Mot Lake, breathe in the sense of vast tranquility
     
    One can easily lose oneself in the deep, vast quietude that pervades Nui Mot Lake in Binh Dinh Province. One of the largest freshwater lakes of Binh Dinh in south-central Vietnam, Nui Mot has an area of 1,200 hectares. It is located in Nhon Tan Commune, about 40 km from the...
  • Nghe An province with landscape of mountains, rivers and legend
     
    Sun-drenched and often windy Nghe An, a hidden gem in north-central Vietnam, offers tourists scenic landscapes and an exclusive taste for tea. The largest province in Vietnam, Nghe An adjoins Thanh Hoa Province to the north, and Ha Tinh Province to the south, bordering Laos to the west and...
  • Spectacular Dam Chuon Lagoon in Vietnam
     
    Dam Chuon, a brackish lagoon still not prominent on the tourism circuit in central Vietnam, offers an intimate look at fishermen’s life. A view of Dam Chuon with fishing boats going up to huts and a network of fish pens built by fishermen to farm marine creatures. ...

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