On March 29, Thinh Hung Trade & TourismCo. Ltd officially launched its fleet of 15 electricity-run vehicles to serve tourists in Da Nang.
As weekend draws, many Vietnamese are expecting to celebrate Hung King Festival with full excitement. Most public offices and companies will be closed and resume working on Tuesday April 3rd.
Being the first of its kind in Da Nang, Street Music, held by Da Nang Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism is taking place on Bach Dang street twice per month (on Saturday of the 2nd and the 4th week), from March to August, 2012.
Long An Palace, regarded as one of the most outstanding constructions in Hue City, has just been reopened for visitors since March 25 2012, after three years of a conservation project.
Chau Van Singing Club (full name: Vietnam's Chau Van arts preservation club) has officially been established on March 21st at Luu Phai Temple, Thanh Tri, Hanoi with hundreds of participants, including many artists and researchers on the field.
Unpleasant weather with heavy cloud and thunder may prevent tourists in Ho Chi Minh City from out door activities on Friday and Saturday.
The popular US News has recently published a list of 18 most worthwhile countries to retire in the world. Vietnam, along with Thailand and Malaysia, are the only countries in Asia to be included in the list.
Free People, an US popular fashion website, has just selected Vietnam as the location for its “look book” photographic collection, published on its March edition.
The exhibition named “Silk Road on East Sea” lasting for three months, from May to August this year is expected to be taken place at this place in the early May, said Head of Vietnam National Museum History in Hanoi, Dr.Nguyen Van Doan.
A troupe of 12 artists from Thang Long Water Puppet Theater is giving fascinating Vietnamese water puppet performances in the Festival de Títere (puppet festival in Habana), from March 23th to 25th, 2012,at the invitation of Cuban Ministry of Culture.
The capital city of Vietnam is going through various kinds of weather this weekend. While Friday boasts a kind of sunny and comfortable weather, Saturday, in contrast, experience a thunder and cloudy one, and Sunday recalls us the northern land’s typical weather in spring time with drizzling rains.
The talented Senegalese singer Naby is bringing hot flavor of African music to Hanoi with a special reggae night at L’Espace, April 12th, 2012.
Culture, sport and tourism festival of ethnic groups in the central highland, Tay Nguyen is projected to be held for the first time in Buon Me Thuot Town (DakLak Province).
Quan Am ThiKinh, a famous Cheo play (Vietnam’s traditional northern-style opera) is going on stage at the Maison des Cultures du Monde in Paris from March 16th to 17th, 2012.
To mark one year since the terrible earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters, Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam is holding free Japanese movie screening at National Cinema Center, from March 16th to 17th, 2012.
This year Lifestyle Vietnam Trade Fair is taking place at Tan Binh Exhibition and Convention Centre from April 18-21.
After wonderful unexpected sunny weekdays, the city of lake goes back with romantic foggy weather and drizzling rain, which is known as the northern land’s spring specialty.
11 food companies from different areas of Vietnam are attending the 37th International Food and Beverage Exhibition (Foodex Japan 2012), said representatives of Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
To offer an incentive to early summer travelers, on March 5th 2012, Vietnam Airlines announces that it will offer as much as 50% off on some of its international and domestic routes.
A lot of exhibitions dedicated to women are opening in Ho Chi Minh City to honor their beauty and talent, as well as bring a closer look about women in the S-shaped country.