A group of Japanese and Vietnamese artists in HCM City is showcasing works in oil and lacquer, watercolours and mixed media, as a greeting to summer.
(VOV) - IBM group officially launched Softlayer, cloud computing services in the Vietnamese market in HCM City on June 18.
(VOV) - If you’re looking for adventure, stunning coastal views or simply need to escape the chaos of the city and explore Vietnam’s beautiful countryside, then the Hai Van Pass is a must on any itinerary of Vietnam.
(VOV) -The morning sky of Ha Long city on April 3 in the northern border province of Quang Ninh turned inexplicably dark for roughly ten minutes without any advance warning.
The prolonged heat wave over the last few days in HCM City and other southern provinces has resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of patients at hospitals.
(VOV) -The northern mountain province of Lao Cai is hoping to welcome 1.5 million visitors in 2014, earning at least VND2,850 billion from tourism services.
(VOV) -Leading media agencies throughout the world have run wide coverage of legendary Vietnamese General Vo Nguyen Giap’s funeral.
(VOV) - The ASEAN Foreign Ministers (AMM) Retreat has focused on the direction of the ASEAN Community beyond 2015 to ensure continued peace, stability and sustainable economic growth in the region.
Traditional Vietnamese music has been introduced to 27 students at Taiwan University of Arts by Pham Thi Hue.
(VOV) - Nguyen Hoang Hiep has won two prizes in the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards (SWPA) with his photograph entitiled ‘Storm.
(VOV) - More than 33,000 visitors, including 1,503 foreigners, have gathered for a week-long festival in Sapa district, Lao Cai province.
(VOV) - The number of tourist arrivals increased sharply during the past five-day holiday in celebration of National Reunification Day and May Day.
(VOV) - Mount Fansipan is only half as tall as Mount Everest. Yet this mountain, perched at the eastern edge of the Himalayan range in Vietnam’s uppermost Lao Cai province, is hardly an easy climb.
Hanoi has been named one of the cheapest and best places to drink fresh beer in Asia by travel guides and journalists, thanks to its lively drinking culture.
A romantic landscape of verdant, terraced rice fields stretches into the distance, but there’s nothing romantic for someone working knee-deep in mud, sweat running down their bodies and bent over so they see nothing but the soil in front of them.