Da Lat and Sa Pa named among best spring destination in Asia

Da Lat and Sa Pa named among best spring destination in Asia

NDO - Two Vietnamese towns, Da Lat in Lam Dong province and Sa Pa in Lao Cai province, have entered the new list of the 23 places in Asia to view the stunning spring season by MSN. (Apr 13, 2019 12:47:58)

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PM gives nod to Moc Chau national tourist site planning

  Apr 03, 2019 11:19:01
NDO/VNA – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued a decision approving the plans for developing the Moc Chau national tourist site in the northern mountainous province of Son La by 2030. 

Tran Quoc pagoda listed among world’s ten incredibly beautiful ones

  Mar 29, 2019 11:30:47
NDO – Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi has been listed by UK travel website wanderlust.co.uk among ten incredibly beautiful pagodas from around the world. 

Awakening hidden ‘pearls’ of Vietnam’s tourism

  Mar 27, 2019 17:39:10
NDO – There are a lot of lands across Vietnam which have huge potential for tourism development. As silent “pearls” hidden under sand, they are waiting for businesses’ creative initiatives to turn them into interesting tourist products, contributing to raising the position of the Vietnamese hospitality sector. 

Hanoi listed among top 25 global destinations

  Mar 27, 2019 11:43:17
NDO – Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi has been ranked 15th among the top 25 global destinations by the world’s most popular travel guide, TripAdvisor. 

Protecting and promoting values of Ngu Hanh Son landscape site

  Mar 25, 2019 16:38:45
NDO – The Prime Minister signed Decision No.1820/QD-TTg on December 24, 2018, to recognise Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountain) landscape as a special national relic site. 

New tours linking Thanh Hoa and Laos’s Houaphanh launched

  Mar 16, 2019 18:05:13
NDO/VNA - Authorities in the central province of Thanh Hoa launched several new tours linking the province and neighbouring Houaphanh province in Laos on March 15. 

Ethnic youngsters promote their homeland’s tourism in northern Vietnam

  Mar 13, 2019 17:09:51
NDO – With the vitality and determination of youth, ethnic young men Ly Xa Xuy and Giang A Chu, both 28, have worked to promote their homeland’s tourism in northern Vietnam. 

An Bang beach again voted among beautiful beaches in Asia

  Mar 11, 2019 11:39:11
NDO/VNA - An Bang beach in central Vietnam has been voted among the 25 best beaches in Asia by readers of TripAdvisor, the world’s most popular travel guide and review website. 

Tour of Dong Son ancient village launched

  Mar 02, 2019 18:12:22
NDO – Thanh Hoa City People's Committee held a ceremony on March 2 to launch a tour to one of ten of Vietnam’s most beautiful ancient villages – Dong Son ancient village, at Ham Rong ward, Thanh Hoa city. 

Dankia Lake - Golden Stream set to become tourist spot in Central Highlands

  Feb 22, 2019 13:25:08
NDO – Dankia Lake - Golden Stream national tourism site, in Lam Dong province, is set to become a tourist centre in the Central Highlands by 2030, according to a Prime Minister-approved master plan on the site’s development. 

Son Doong Cave alluring to both tourists and scientists

  Feb 11, 2019 21:48:44
NDO/VNA – Stone formations with stalagmites and stalactites, underground rivers and lakes, together with delicate flora and fauna have made mammoth Son Doong Cave in the central province of Quang Binh one of the world’s most captivating destinations. 

Nearly 515,000 tourists visit Hanoi during Tet holidays

  Feb 11, 2019 17:10:22
NDO – The total number of tourists that travelled to the capital city of Hanoi is estimated to rise by 10.3 percent to 514,866 people during the nine-day Tet holiday, from February 2 to 9, according to the municipal Department of Tourism. 

Da Nang: Cultural and tourism events attract visitors during Tet

  Feb 06, 2019 16:24:32
NDO – Da Nang city has organised many cultural and tourism events to attract visitors during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday. 

Tracing the footprints of Central Highlanders in their olden forest trail

  Feb 05, 2019 09:48:25
NDO - In early spring when rice is harvested and the ‘polang’ flowers brings a red cover to the sky, Central Highlanders carried indigenous products on their back and followed the forest trail along the mountain ranges, heading to the coastal region to barter goods in exchange for salt.