The central coastal province of Quang Nam has finished preparations for APEC 2017, heard a press conference held in the locality on October 17.
Vietnam has been implementing a major project to preserve My Son heritage site in the central province of Quang Nam after the ancient religious relic was recognised as a World Heritage site in 1999.
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.
Indian and Vietnamese experts have started the excavation and restoration of two tower clusters of My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the central province of Quang Nam. The restoration is expected to preserve the core values of each ancient tower in the complex.
A group of archaeological experts from India and their Vietnamese partners unexpectedly hit an ancient road while excavating and restoring temples K and H at the My Son Sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam.
An ongoing exhibition entitled “Treasures of Vietnam Archaeology” at the State Museum of Archaeology in Germany’s Sachsen state has been attracting a large number of visitors.
The central coast region has huge potential for tourism with miles of glorious white beaches, a vast expanse of national parks and refined cuisine.
Quang Nam, home to the World Heritage Sites of Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, is following new paths in tourism development, focusing on community-based tourism that both promotes and supports the local cultural identity.
The potential resources in Vietnam’s coastal zones are believed to be significant, playing an important role in national development.
Champa culture had great influences on Vietnam’s cultural values of significance. The former capital of the Champa Kingdom from 4th to 15th century was My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam province, central Vietnam.
Vietnam has 17 UNESCO-recognised sites and heritages. This reflects the beauty of Vietnam’s natural landscape and the richness of its culture.
Authorities in central Quang Nam province are working to tap the tourism potential of My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO-recognised cultural heritage.
Visiting My Son Sanctuary in central Vietnam next year? Be prepared to pay more for the experience.
Italian President Sergio Mattarella’s November 5-8 state visit to Vietnam is intended to enhance the strategic partnership between the two countries in various fields, including politics-diplomacy, defence-security, economics, culture, education, science-technology and tourism.
Helicopter tours will soon be available for tourists to enjoy an aerial view of the World Cultural Heritage of My Son Sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam, a local official said.
The central province of Quang Nam on August 25 publicised an antiquity recently recognised as a national treasure and some pieces of the national intangible cultural heritage.
Russian scientists are seeking measures to preserve and restore the My Son sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam, which was recognised as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1999.
A group of experts have suggested several high-tech solutions to help preserve and restore some ancient Cham towers in the UNESCO-recognized My Son Sanctuary, in the central province of Quang Nam, the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism said on August 13.
A Cham tower within the UNESCO-recognised My Son Sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam has reopened for tourists after nearly four years of restoration.
Sipping beer on pavement, watching water puppet shows in the bustling capital city, hiring a kayak and exploring Ha Long Bay, boarding a north-south train, dodging motorbikes and crossing lush green parks in Ho Chi Minh City are enjoyable experiences two Indian journalists had during their recent trip to Vietnam.