The Quang Binh Cave Festival is scheduled to take place from July 20 to August 20, offering great opportunities for visitors to discover mysteries of the spectacular cave system in the central coastal province.
Visitors will have a chance to explore and understand more about Vietnam’s traditional weaving at the Viet Nam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in the Dong Mo tourism area, Ha Noi’s Son Tay town, from July 1 to 31.
Ha Noi has been emerging as a top destination for both domestic and foreign travellers in recent years, and it is still working to establish itself as a true tourist hub.
A photo exhibition, featuring the beautiful landscape and people of Ly Son Island, opened at the Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Ha Noi on June 30.
A ceremony will be held on July 13 at the Ly Thai To Flower Park in Ha Noi to mark the 20th anniversary of its title as ‘City For Peace’ (July 16, 1999-2019).
Feast your eyes on these foodie walking tours, which reveal the flavors – and culture – of cities from Lisbon to Lima, Havana to Hanoi.
The Vietnam Online Tourism festival 2019 under the theme “The inevitable trend of online tourism” opened in Hanoi on June 26.
Online retail and online tourism accounted for the highest proportion on Vietnam e-commerce market.
In 1999, Hanoi was the only Asia Pacific country granted this title by the UNESCO.