Over 130 photos on Vietnam’s landscapes and people are on display in Moscow ahead of the official visit of President Tran Dai Quang to Russia.
Son Doong Cave in central Quang Binh province has been recognised as the world’s largest and most beautiful natural cave by the World Records Union and the World Record Association.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam National Commission for UNESCO on June 15 will celebrate its 40th anniversary
VOV.VN -The sixth Quang Nam Heritage Festival 2017 intends to promote local traditional culture to international friends. The event is hosted by the Quang Nam provincial People’s Committee, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, and the Vietnam National Commission for UNESCO.
VOV.VN -The UNESCO Centre for Culture and Education in collaboration with the Top Art Centre in Ho Chi Minh City launched a drawing contest today (June 9) asking children to make a drawing of how they see Vietnam.
Vietnam holds huge potential for cultural and spiritual tourism thanks to its diversity in terms of culture, customs and traditions, which have been shaped and practised across the nation for thousands of years.
Nearly 80 documents recording the history of the Hoi An ancient town, a UNESCO-recognised world heritage site in the central province of Quang Nam, are being showcased at an exhibition that opened in the town’s museum on June 6.
Apart from the picturesque landscapes, visitors to Cham Islands off Hoi An City, located in central Vietnam, are also mesmerized by its diverse range of coral species.
Phra That Phanom, one of Thailand’s oldest and most religious structure, will be proposed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located in the northeastern province of Nakhon Phanom.
A project promoting local engagement for sustainable development of Ha Long Bay has borne fruit after three years of implementation, heard a meeting in northern Quang Ninh province on May 30.
The north central coastal province of Nghe An has recently offered visitors the chance to enjoy Vi-giam folk singing in the province. The move is among local authorities’efforts to preserve and promote the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage.
The restoration of a recently-discovered ancient road in the My Son Sanctuary - a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the central province of Quang Nam - has been completed.
The northern province of Phu Tho on May 23 officially publicised a Prime Minister-approved plan on preserving and promoting the values of the Hung Kings Temple relic site until 2025.
Phuc Giang School woodblocks, a UNESCO Documentary Heritage by Memory of the World Committee for Asia and the Pacific, are on show at an exhibition in Hanoi that opened on May 23.
A two-day festival centring on the Vietnamese Mother Goddess worship opened in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai on May 20.
An exhibition on the Vietnamese worship of Mother Goddesses of the Three Realms opened in the Republic of Korea on May 20, as part of activities in celebration of the 25-year diplomatic ties of the two countries.
Heritage items recognized by UNESCO will be highlighted at the biennial Hue Festival of which the next edition is set to take place from April 24- May 2, 2018, according to tentative programming announced by the local government.
A wide range of activities have been held in localities to celebrate the late President Ho Chi Minh’s 127th birthday.
A photo exhibition on the land and people of the central and Central Highland regions opened in Dak Nong province on May 17.
The only tourist wharf in Ha Long Bay has announced to double the entrance fee for visitors to the famous destination to around US$2 starting May 28.