The central province of Nghe An is running the Sen Village Festival from May 16-19 in Sen Village in Kim Lien commune, Nam Dan district, the homeland of President Ho Chi Minh, as part of activities to celebrate his 127th birthday.
Charming, passionate, romantic, and poetic – many people use those words when they talk about France. Those who haven’t had a chance to set foot in France yet, or who want to recall some memory of this European country, may want to visit the French village within the Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort in the central city of Da Nang.
The ancient town of Hoi An, a UNESCO-recognised world heritage site in the central province of Quang Nam, celebrated the arrival of its 10 millionth tourist at the old quarter’s Japanese Bridge on May 12.
The crowds of visitors around booths selling Vietnamese food at the Embassies Food and Culture Festival in the Czech Republic’s capital city of Prague on May 13 reflected the increasing popularity of the Southeast Asian country’s cuisine in Prague.
Work started on May 14 on the first phase of a big ecological tourism complex on Cat Ba Islands in the northern port city of Hai Phong, which is projected to be Vietnam’s first carbon-free tourism area.
The northern province of Hung Yen on May 11 received a certificate recognising its local Trong quan singing (a response folk singing between male and female groups) as national intangible cultural heritage.
The picture that comes to mind when thinking of Hoi An is of magical multi-coloured lanterns lighting up the meandering Hoai River, the town’s signature yellow-painted old houses or the little charming cafés and shops in the old town.
Tourism Ambassador of Vietnam Jordan Vogt-Roberts, director of the Hollywood movie “Kong: Skull Island”, revisited the filming location at Trang An landscape complex in the northern province of Ninh Binh on May 10.