Thanh Hoa Tourism's magazine
The FLC Group held a ceremony to inaugurate the FLC Samson Beach and Golf Resort in the coastal town of Sam Son of the northern central province of Thanh Hoa on July 12.
FLC Group's Samson Beach and Golf Resort in the central Thanh Hoa Province will open by the beginning of May to welcome the National Tourism Year 2015 in the area.
From August 28th to September 6th 2013, at the Hai Phong Centre for Fine Arts Exhibition, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will organize the National Photo exhibition with the theme “Discovering the Red River civilization” and the exhibition of Composer Camp with the theme “Homeland’s sea and island”. The events will be held to welcome the National Independence Day (September 2) and the National Tourism Year in Red River Delta – Hai Phong 2013.
The first pan-pipe festival of the H’Mong ethnic group opened in Dong Van Stone Plateau in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang on August 31, attracting hundreds of ethnic artists.
The Vietnam Culture Week 2013 started in Laos on August 29 on the occasion of Vietnam’s upcoming National Day (Sept. 2).
The second Thai Nguyen – Vietnam Tea Festival will take place in the northern province of Thai Nguyen from November 9-11.
Da Nang’s beaches are witnessing a bustling atmosphere with many exciting activities under the Da Nang - Summer Rendezvous 2013 programme, which is taking place from 28 June to 3 July.
The Vietnamese tourism –culture festival 2013 in Republic of Korea will be taken place from 1st -6th July 2013. The event is organized by the Viet Nam’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Vietnam is one of the first pioneers to implement the 2003 Convention for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage, said UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova.
Making Vietnam a repeat tourism destination is a challenge for tourism planners and government.. How does the country become more than just a 'one-off stopping point between Thailand and China? Vietnam has a ange of great attractions including world heritage sites, beaches, first class resorts and hotels, food and culture. The answer may partly be in the quality of its tourism human resources.
Flower production has always been a traditional activity of the Vietnamese and cut flowers are mainly produced by small holders in their garden plots. The tropical flowers are grown in the southern part of the country while the more delicate blooms require the temperate climate of the mountain region of Dalat.
With Vietnam's strong tourism growth, the country's key challenge is now how well can the country manage its tourism products to handle visitor growth effectively, and still ensure satisfaction.
The Director-General witnessed the power of culture in action during her visit to Quang Nam province in Viet Nam, where she attended the 10th Anniversary of the 2003 Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, and the opening of the 5th Quang Nam Heritage Festival in Hoi An.
The Vietnam Open Festival (VOF) featuring 40 stands introducing Vietnam’s unique culture, arts, costumes, cuisine and music got underway in London on June 23.
Prime Minister Mr Nguyen Tan Dung expressed strong appreciation for UNESCO’s cooperation with Viet Nam and underscored the value of human resource development through education and the protection and promotion of cultural heritage to achieve sustainability, during a meeting with the Director-General in Hanoi on 20 June.
Under the UNESCO/Japanese Funds-in-Trust project “Revitalising World Heritage Site Museums for a Better Interpretation of Living Heritage Sites in Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam”, Ho Citadel Site Museum is inaugurating the sub-regional exhibition dedicated to the interconnections of the World Heritage Sites (Angkor, Preah Vihear, Vat Phou, My Son, Thang Long Citadel and Ho Citadel) on 8 March 2013. The Museum will also host related education programmes for the local youth community from June 2013.
The transport ministers of Vietnam, Laos and Thailand gathered at a conference in Hanoi on February 21 to discuss objectives and solutions to enhance trilateral transport cooperation in the coming time.
The Con Son-Kiep Bac 2013 Spring Festival opened at Con Son pagoda in the northern province of Hai Duong on February 25 (the 16 th day of the first lunar month).
An exhibition entitled “Vietnam’s Buddhism Culture” officially opened at the Vietnam National Museum of History on February 25.
Though blessed with white sandy beaches and many sightseeing places of interest, central Da Nang city’s authorities are making all-out efforts to turn each visitor into a tourist promoter for the city.
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