More relaxed visa policies are an important factor for the tourism industry to boost competitiveness in the region and beyond.
The Vietnamese Women's Museum in Hanoi is featuring an exhibition on Ao Dai (traditional long dress) as part of activities celebrating the 60th anniversary of the capital city's Liberation Day (October 10).
More pedestrian streets open in Hanoi Old QuarterThe Hoan Kiem District's People Committee on October 3 launched six more walking streets to serve tourists' exploration of Hanoi Old Quarter on Friday, Saturday and Sunday...
Contrary to the image of the crowded and narrow capital city, there is a spacious house with a lush garden on Dinh Liet Street.
An Indian tourist recorded the lives of the people living along a railway in Hanoi.
TripAdvisor, the US's premier travel website, has rated the best 95 attractions in Hanoi in 2014 based on the reviews from people who have visited the capital city of Vietnam.
Observing from a height of 300m, the Hanoi Old Quarter is covered by reddish-brown roofs.
Hoan Kiem District has inaugurated an additional six walking streets, including Hang Buom, Hang Giay, Luong Ngoc Quyen, Ma May, Dao Duy Tu and Ta Hien.
The National Geographic recently published a set of photos titled “Your Vietnam”, revealing vivid perspectives on daily life in all regions of Vietnam.
A wide selection of jewellery is put on display at Kim Ngan temple, Hanoi's Hang Bac Street as a gesture to honour skilful artisans and introduce the age-old craft to local and global visitors.