Tourism activities in the first nine months of 2011
On October 7, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism held a press conference on culture, sports and tourism activities in the first nine months of 2011, and focus tasks in the last three months of 2011.
National fest honours art of ca tru singing
More than 140 artists from 23 ca tru (ceremonial singing) clubs nationwide will perform in the National Ca Tru Festival in Hanoi on October 13-16.
Diwali - Festival of Lights – to be held in Hanoi
Diwali - "Festival of Lights," one of India's biggest festivals, will be held in Hanoi on October 29.
Binh Phuoc: Tourism development associated with environmental protection
Located in the South East Viet Nam, about over 100km from Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Phuoc Province has great potential for tourism development, helping to boost the provincial economy.
Int’l timber and handicraft product fair opens
Nearly 200 domestic and foreign businesses attended the International Timber and Handicraft Products Fair which opened at the Tan Binh Exhibition and Fair Centre in Ho Chi Minh City on October 5.
Forty delicious Vietnamese dishes introduced on CNN
Pho, bun cha, banh cuon and many other Vietnamese dishes have been featured on the American travel website CNNGo.
Minh Hanh showcases collection at Chinese water festival
Fashion designer Minh Hanh will display her collection Duong Chan Troi Cua Nuoc (Horizon of Water) at a fashion show held during a water festival in Liuzhou, China on Oct. 3.
Festival promotes tourism in Indochina
The “Indochina Passion” festival promoting culture and tourism in Vietnam , Laos and Cambodia opened in Paris on Sept. 30.
Hoi An goes global on the Net
The Rural Heritage Management and Preservation Centre has set up a website at www.hoianheritage.net to provide information about the ancient town which is also a world cultural heritage site and one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.
VN joins Asia’s largest travel fair in Japan
Vietnam has participated in the Japan Association of Travel Agents World Trade Fair 2011 (JATA World Travel Fair 2011), which opened in Tokyo on Sept. 30.