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Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival draws the crowds

Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival draws the crowds

VOV.VN - The Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival opened in the area surrounding the statue of King Ly Thai To in Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi on March 23, drawing much attention from local people and tourists.

Ly descendant named Vietnam’s tourism ambassador to RoK

Ly descendant named Vietnam’s tourism ambassador to RoK

Ly Xuong Can, a descendant of King Ly Thai To – the first king of the Ly dynasty (1010-1225), has been appointed Vietnam’s tourism ambassador to the Republic of Korea (RoK) for 2017-2020 by the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Seoul Cultural Days take place in Hanoi

Seoul Cultural Days take place in Hanoi

VOV.VN - On October 28-29, the compound at the Statue of King Ly Thai To will be transformed into a mecca of modern Republic of Korea (ROK) culture.

Explore the land of Truc Lam Zen Buddhism

Explore the land of Truc Lam Zen Buddhism

Taking a stroll in the ancient and peaceful Vinh Nghiem Pagoda, known as a centre for Buddhism in the northern province of Bac Giang, is a special experience that everyone should try, especially in the charming time of autumn.

10,000 cherry blossoms celebrate Vietnam, Japan ties

10,000 cherry blossoms celebrate Vietnam, Japan ties

VOV.VN - Some 10,000 branches of cherry blossoms will go on display March 19-20 at the statue of King Ly Thai To, in Hanoi as part of activities to mark 43th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and Japan.

Bach Ma Temple in Hanoi Old Quarter

Bach Ma Temple in Hanoi Old Quarter

VOV.VN - Located in the heart of the Old Quarter at 76 Hang Buom Street in the Hoan Kiem District of Hanoi, the small Bach Ma Temple is more than 1,000 years old, the oldest temple in the capital city.

Festival honours Kitchen Gods

Festival honours Kitchen Gods

(VOV) -As part of the ongoing flower festival at the Vietnam Centre for Art and Cultural Exhibitions at 2 Hoa Lu Street, the first ever festival honouring Ong Cong (the Land Genie) and Ong Tao (the Kitchen Gods) will be held on February 3.