An annual pilgrim festival dedicated to the Hùng kings will be organised between April 1 and 6 and hosted by the northern province of Phú Thọ.
Located in Ve Tinh commune, Soc Son district, Hanoi, as part of the Soc temple complex, Non Nuoc pagoda and Vietnam Buddhist Academy are part of a monumental architectural work that has been in use for seven years. It is also a spiritual tourism address, increasingly attracting pilgrims.
Mau Son tourism zone in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son will be developed as a national tourism destination, with typical forms such as spiritual and eco-tourism under a master plan recently approved by the Prime Minister.
The Dao San country fair in Phong Tho district, Lai Chau province is busy and colorful on spring days. At this time of the year, groups of H’mong, Dao, and Ha Nhi flock to the Dao San market on Chung Sua Dan mountain to trade their specialties.
The HCMC Tourism Association has written to relevant authorities proposing lengthening the visa waiver for citizens of five Western European countries from the current one year to five years and the visa-free stay from 15 days to 30 days.
The HCMC government has unveiled a plan to develop Binh Dien, Thu Duc and Hoc Mon wholesale markets into destinations for not only product buyers but also tourists.
The People’s Committee of the southern central coastal province of Binh Thuan has issued a plan to boost tourism through 2020, aiming to make tourism a spearhead sector of the province and turning the locality into a national sea tourism-sports centre.
Turkish and other Balkan Peninsula travel agencies said they are considering adding tours over the next few years to many Southeast Asian, a move that could be a boon for tourism in Vietnam.
At a recent forum in Ho Chi Minh City, Peter Semone, chair of the Pacific Asia Travel Association, declared that tourism has the potential to become a pillar of the Vietnam economy.
The Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism has proposed two new tourism packages involving the historical Opera House.
Libor Machelek and Aneta Sritrova from the Czech Republic are the first two arrivals through the Lao Bao International Border Gate following the start of the new e-visa scheme coming into effect.
Quang Binh Province will auction the rights to operate tours to caves in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park after Oxalis Company ends the contract.