Quang Ninh, Ninh Binh and Thanh Hoa provinces have many advantages to develop tourism as they are blessed with beautiful natural landscapes and numerous historical and cultural relic sites.
CNN will air a special program featuring Viet Nam’s traditional music, art and culinary heritages, focusing on those keeping these alive.
Ancient communal houses in the southern province of Dong Thap would be included in new tours, according to local authorities.
The central province of Quang Nam, home to two world heritage sites and hundreds of national historical and cultural relic sites, has focused on international cooperation in personnel training for the restoration and management of the sites.
The Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve in the northern province of Ninh Binh has been recognised as Viet Nam’s ninth Ramsar site.
Viet Nam’s Hoi An ancient town plans to curb the number of people on its iconic Pagoda Bridge to 20.
The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap is currently home to 73 community-based tourist attractions in Lai Vung and Thap Muoi districts and Cao Lanh city.
The central province of Quang Binh held a ceremony in Dong Hoi city on April 24 to receive the UNESCO certificate in recognition of Bai Choi singing, a popular style of folklore singing in the central and south-central regions of Vietnam, as an intangible heritage of humanity.
The northern mountainous province of Cao Bang will investigate intangible cultural heritages in Thach An, Hoa An, Thong Nong and Ha Quang districts from May to October 2019.
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.