VOV.VN - The French cultural centre L’Espace in Hanoi is scheduling a week where seven different movies on the topic of love will be showcased to audiences between February 10 and 16.
VOV.VN -Gold shops have put a wide range of unique products on display to take advantage of the increased demand that occurs on the God of Wealth Day, which falls on February 14, the 10th day of the Lunar New Year.
Glowing teddy bears and LED fans have emerged as the new and trendy gifts for this year Valentine’s Day in Vietnam.
The five-star Naman Retreat resort in the central coastal city of Danang is rolling out some food programs and traditional activities to serve guests on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
Love is in the air, with products wrapped and presented on store shelves, waiting to be bought by love birds for their significant others.
Twenty Vietnamese flower artisans are displaying original floral installation works at a new exhibition in Hanoi to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
(VOV) -Vietnamese lovers, especially the younger generation, are flocking to department stores to buy Valentine’s Day confectionery and other special gifts for the valentine in their lives.
(VOV) - An annual blood donation festival in Hanoi on February 16 is expected to attract around 10,000 volunteer donors and bank a minimum of 7,000 units of blood.
(VOV) - The gift market is heating up as Valentine’s Day draws near. Shops are marketing innovative products for those in love.
(VOV) -Ha Long Bay has been cited as a vision of astonishing beauty and one of the top ten Valentine’s Day getaways in the world by US-based National Geographic magazine.
The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong’s Da Lat city, which is famous for its charming and romantic landscapes and architecture, and lovers’ first choice on Valentine’s Day, has planned various festivals to welcome the couples on February 14.
With diversified models and attractive displays, shopping centres in Hanoi are catching the eye of customers in anticipation of Valentine’s Day (February 14).
With diversified models and attractive displays, shopping centres are catching customers’ eyes for Valentine’s Day (February 14), the most anticipated day of the year for happy couples.