VOV.VN -The majority of historical landmarks throughout the capital have fallen quite despite remaining open as visitors stay away due to fears surrounding the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - An Ao Dai, the nation’s traditional long dress, fashion show which features Vietnamese cultural heritage through UNESCO took place at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi on June 28.
VOV.VN - Local designer Do Trinh Hoai Nam has unveiled his latest collection of Ao Dai, a type of traditional long dress, with each unique piece featuring globally renowned cultural heritage in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Many of the most popular relic sites based in Hanoi are beginning to welcome visitors once again from May 14 after being closed for a long time due to the necessity of fighting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The most favorite historic sites of interest will welcome visitors again starting May 14 after the temporary closure to prevent COVID-19.
VOV.VN - Both historical relic sites and popular tourist destinations located throughout Hanoi have been temporary closed whilst thorough disinfectant measures aimed at preventing the further spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are carried out.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has received a boost as foreigners continue to visit the nation amid the country becoming one of the world’s safe destinations in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), with plenty of sightseeing locations around Hanoi becoming increasingly busy as foreign visitors gradually return following a lull.
VOV.VN - The number of tourists visiting the Temple of Literature, known locally as Van Mieu, has begun to rapidly increase in recent days as a result of the drastic actions taken by Hanoi in combating the potential spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - Outdoor entertainment areas, commercial centres, and relic sites throughout Hanoi have been gradually becoming busier over the past few days following a slow month after being affected by the potential spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Tourism agencies based in Hanoi have been asked to cancel tours to areas affected by the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and refuse tourists from those zones. The request is one measure taken by municipal authorities to ensure the safety of tourists during the epidemic.
The Hanoi Promotion Agency (HPA) is working with Japanese travel companies to welcome five groups of Japanese tourists via charter flights from February 19 to March 4.
VOV.VN - Following the closure of a number of tourist sites in Hanoi in order for them to be sterilised as a means of combating the spread of the novel coronavirus (nCoV), many locations throughout the capital have now re-opened to local residents and tourists.
The closure was carried out for sterilizing the sites, which would reopen when the disinfection work completed.
VOV.VN - The annual Lunar New Year Spring Calligraphy Festival is poised to open at Van Lake next to the Temple of Literature, known locally as Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam, in Hanoi with a large number of residents and tourists set to attend the event.
VOV.VN - Up to 52 calligraphers are set to take part in a calligraphy spring festival which will open on January 18 at the historic Temple of Literature in Hanoi.
VOV.VN - A diverse range of cultural activities are set to take place during the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet, as announced by Hanoi’s Department of Culture and Sports during a press conference held on January 7.
The atmosphere of the traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year will be recreated at the Vietnamese Tet Programme 2020 to be held at the Thang Long imperial citadel in Hanoi from January 17 to February 2.
Famous watch brand Orient's new edition underscores a symbol of Hanoi and Vietnam's sovereignty over Spratly and Paracel archipelagoes.
The capital city of Hanoi welcomed more than 6 million foreign visitors in the period from January to November this year, a 12 percent increase from the same period last year.
The Korean Cultural Center in Vietnam has coordinated with the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange (KOFICE) to organize an exhibition featuring photos of Seoul for the past 4 decades at the Van Mieu Temple of Literature in Hanoi.