VOV.VN - The launching ceremony of the ‘Golden Tour’ to Hanoi and a new tourism product themed ‘Vietnam’s traditional fondness of learning’ was held on October 10 at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum.
VOV.VN - A photo exhibition called ‘Hanoi in me’ opened in the capital city on October 9, featuring 80 best photos of the city’s pace of life as part of activities to mark 63rd anniversary of Hanoi’s Liberation Day (October 10).
Instead of travelling far from Hanoi during the national holiday, many youngsters decided to visit the exhibition on Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) at Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam on the last day of their three-day holiday.
VOV.VN - Local designer Lan Huong introduced her latest collection of Aodai on October 26 at a reception for wives of leaders from Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar at Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature).
A ceremony was held in Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam, Hanoi, on September 13 night to mark the 20th founding anniversary of the Wallonie-Bruxelles Delegation to Vietnam.
Tourism is currently a strong economic sector for Hanoi. The capital is focusing on raising the quality of tours, creating more new tourism products and improving the tourism environment in order to help this industry develop sustainably and become a ‘green industry’.
A photo exhibition entitled “Hanoi- 30 years of Reform” is on display at the Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi, having opened on October 27.
Over 100 representatives from central and local archive agencies, museums and libraries received training on skills in selecting and compiling dossier for potential candidates for the world documentary heritage title at a recent workshop in Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) -More than 2 million foreign tourists have flocked to Hanoi since the beginning of this year, up 15% against the same period last year, the Hanoi municipal Department for Culture, Sports and Tourism reported on Oct. 6.
The Vietnam Book of Records organisation has announced the top 45 attractive destinations in Vietnam based on selections by travel agencies and tourists at home and abroad.
An exhibition featuring the establishment and development of Vietnam’s temples of literature was held at the Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi on January 21.
Thousands of students have flocked to Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (the Temple of Literature) in Hanoi to pray for luck before entering tertiary entrance exams.
From art to food, history and spas, Australian traveller Lance Richardson points out many reasons to visit Hanoi.
As usual, the pavement around Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (the Temple of Literature) in Hanoi, known as Vietnam’s first university, is where calligraphers gather to display their works about one week before Lunar New Year’s Eve.