Dak Lak preserves over 2,300 sets of gongs
The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has preserved 2,307 sets of bronze gongs, said the local relevant agency.
Hanoi receives 500 cherry trees from Japan
A Vietnam-Japan friendship association in Chukyo, Japan, presented 500 cherry trees to Hanoi on February 11.
Hai Luu Buffalo Fighting Festival 2012 opens in Vinh Phuc
On February 7, the Hai Luu traditional buffalo fighting festival 2012 was organised in Vinh Phuc.
Programme to honour Phu Tho’s Xoan singing
An eighty-minute programme featuring Xoan (Spring) singing from the ancestral land of Phu Tho will take place at the Hung Kings temple historical site on February 18.
Luxury Travel Viet Nam Ltd seek two growth from discerning German travelers
Luxury Travel Company revamps its website for Germany, launches brochure and attends ITB Berlin 2012 in their campaign to attract luxury German travelers to Viet Nam.
HCMC welcomes 310,000 foreign tourists in January
In January 2012, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) received 310,000 foreign tourist arrivals, reported the city Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism.
Pilgrims flock to Tran temple’s seal opening ceremony
The seal opening ceremony at the Tran temple in the northern province of Nam Dinh, took place on the 14th night of the first lunar month, which fell on February 5, attracting thousands of visitors.
Tran temple festival opens in Thai Binh
Tran Temple Festival in Thai Binh will be held at Tien Duc commune, Hung Ha district on February 4th 2012 (13th of the first lunar month of the New Year) with 20,000-30,000 tourists expected to participate.
Asia Pacific Poetry Festival opens
The Asia Pacific Poetry Festival will be held in Quang Ninh province and the capital city Hanoi from February 2nd to February 5th.
Tourists to Hanoi increase during Tet
Around 183,000 foreign tourists visited Hanoi during the lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, a year-on-year increase of 16 percent.