After 60 years of national liberation and with many ups and downs, Hanoi has transformed into a major metropolitan area of the region and the world and has been honoured as the city for peace, said Chairman of the Municipal...
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh delivered remarks on Vietnam's place in the world order to the Asia Society members on the sideline of the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA 69) in...
In the eight months leading up to September the Hanoi Tourism Association successfully organized a record number of visits to Australia, Russia and Western Europe with the aim of promoting both inbound and outbound tourism.
The HCMC Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) will hold a special concert next Tuesday at the HCMC Opera House to celebrate its 20th anniversary, featuring numerous local masterpieces by Vietnamese musicians.
“Toc do va duong cong” (Speed and the Curve) is the first Vietnamese movie to feature top-speed super cars and curvy racing tracks in many thrilling action scenes to express the competitiveness and burning ambition that exist in...
Tuong Binh Hiep village in the southern province of Binh Duong has become well-known for its lacquer items, markedly different from craft products made by other localities in the country.
After more than 55 years of development, and after many ups and downs, one of the largest enterprises in northern Vietnam in the 60s is still producing porcelain products.
Saigon, now HCM City, is famous for its landmark buildings such as the Municipal Theatre, Caravelle hotel and Tax Trading Centre.
In addition to historic architecture, unique street food, busy shopping areas have also attracted a large number of tourists in Saigon.
With a blend of tradition and modernity, Sai Gon, officially known as Ho Chi Minh City, has recently offered a wide range of coffee shops for trendy Asian youth.