Cultural experiences in Dien Bien province

Cultural experiences in Dien Bien province

(VOVWORLD) - Activities featuring mountain culture and displays of culture and tourism products across Vietnam are taking place in Dien Bien province as part of the 2024 National Tourism Year – Dien...
Dien Bien National Tourism Year 2024 kicks off

Dien Bien National Tourism Year 2024 kicks off

(VOVWORLD) - On the first day of 2024, the 9th Swallowtail Boat Racing Festival and the 4th National Paragliding Club Championship kicked off “Dien Bien National Tourism Year 2024” and basked...
Dien Bien prepares for National Tourism Year 2024

Dien Bien prepares for National Tourism Year 2024

(VOVWORLD) - Dien Bien province will mark National Tourism Year-Dien Bien 2024 with 170 programs and events at the national and provincial level. 33 cities and provinces are expected to participate...
Quang Ninh ready for National Tourism Year 2018

Quang Ninh ready for National Tourism Year 2018

(VOVWORLD) - Hosting National Tourism Year 2018, Quang Ninh province will have opportunities to tap local advantages to promote its tourism development. The province is finalizing preparations for the event
National Tourism Year 2016 opens

National Tourism Year 2016 opens

(VOVworld)- The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Kien Giang provincial People’s Committee on Sunday evening held a ceremony to open the National Tourism Year 2016 of Phu...
2015 Lam Kinh festival

2015 Lam Kinh festival

(VOVworld) – The 2015 Lam Kinh Festival opened in Thanh Hoa province on Sunday to mark the 597th anniversary of the Lam Son uprising and the 582nd death anniversary of national...
2015 Tourism Year- Connecting world heritages

2015 Tourism Year- Connecting world heritages

(VOVworld)- Hosting the 2015 National Tourism Year, Thanh Hoa province will organize a number of activities to further promote Vietnam tourism. They include a festival of heritage, sports competitions and a culinary...
Da Lat, a flower city

Da Lat, a flower city

(VOVworld) – Da Lat Culture and Tourism Week closed on Tuesday with a colorful ceremony featuring the diverse variety of flowers in the city