Vietnamese Ao dai honoured at sea festival

The ao dai collection by designer Tuan Hai has been honoured as a Vietnam record at the Nha Trang Sea Festival 2013, which is taking place in central Khanh Hoa province from June 8-11. According ... Continue Reading →

Bac Ha Market, feast for the eyes!

Being a minority ethnic people market,the town of Bac Ha is famous for its Sunday market which is a trading centre and meeting place for couples, friends, and relatives every Sunday. Every ... Continue Reading →

Ancient Citadel shrouded in the mists of time

A mysterious ancient citadel, once know as the capital of the entire country, is seen among other historical relics in Hạ Mỗ commune on the outskirts of Hanoi. The Ô Diên Citadel ... Continue Reading →

Worshipping the roots of sacred plant

 An ancient tea tree dubbed “Ancestor Tea” grows in the tea forest in Giang B Hamlet in the northwestern province of Yen Bai’s Suoi Giang Commune. The roots of the ... Continue Reading →

Khmer culture, sports, and tourism festival opens

The 2013 Culture, Sports, and Tourism Festival of Khmer people got underway in the southern province of An Giang on April 15, attracting thousands of local people of Kinh, Hoa and Cham ... Continue Reading →

Sapa in the Cloud Festival to open in late April

The 2013 Sapa in the Cloud Festival will take place from April 26 to May 5, said the district People’s Committee. A decision recognisingSapa in northern mountainous Lao Cai province ... Continue Reading →

Visitors flock to Quan The Am Festival in Da Nang

About 70,000 visitors attended the Quan The Am (Avalokitecvara) Boddhisattva Festival that took place in the central city of Da Nang from March 28-30. The annual Buddhist event is regarded ... Continue Reading →

Jewellry craft festival opens in Hanoi Old Quarter

Jewelly-lovers will have a chance to contemplate fine gold and silver craft products made by prominent craftsmen at a festival which opened in the Hanoi Old Quarter on March 26 as a ... Continue Reading →

Thousands of tourists flock to Tay Thien

Thousands of local people and tourists participated the 2013 Spring Tay Thien Festival which opened on March 26th(February 15 on the lunar calendar) at Tay Thien Relic Site in Vinh ... Continue Reading →

Folk sculpture honoured at Central Highlands festival

As many as 100 statues made by ethnic artisans were honoured at the closing ceremony on March 18 of the Mang Den Culture, Sports, Tourism Week 2013 in the Mang Den ecotourism zone in ... Continue Reading →
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