Experts of Vietnam and the Archaeological Survey of India team have been accelerating the implementation of a project to conserve and repair tower-temples of Group A at the My Son World Cultural Heritage Site in the central province of Quang Nam.
A 150-page heritage education document set, compiled by historians and cultural researchers from Hội An City’s centre for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation, will be included in the curriculum for students at primary schools in Hội An from the 2021-22 academic year.
Just over 120km from Đà Nẵng City, Ta Lang is a new community-based ecotourism village in Tây Giang District, Quảng Nam Province, where many unique Cơ Tu ethnic cultural features are still preserved.
At least 86 per cent of advertisements for illegal wildlife products in hotels, restaurants, bars, pet shops and herbal medicine shops in Thừa Thiên-Huế, Đà Nẵng and Quảng Nam were removed by local authorities in 2019 and 2020.
The Republic of Korea (ROK) Cultural Days in Quang Nam Province officially opened in the ancient city of Hoi An on April 10.
Hoi An ancient city in Quang Nam province will host a wide range of tourist events and activities from March 20 to May 1 to welcome visitors back at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has basically been brought under control in the city.
The National Conference on Tourism 2020 entitled “Connection, action and development” was jointly held by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the People’s Committee of Quang Nam Province on November 28 in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam.
The ancient city of Hoi An, in the central province of Quang Nam, topped the list of 15 best cities in Asia in a recent readers’ vote of the US travel magazine Travel & Leisure.
Reserving a 2,600sq.m garden in Đong Na village in Cam Ha commune – a farming intensive suburban area of Hoi An – local farmers and businesses have joined hands to debut the first zero-waste agriculture and tourism zone in promoting ‘green’ tourism product in the tourism hub.
The Hoi An city authorities in Quang Nam province have decided to offer free admission to several local tourist sites for doctors, nurses and medical workers who have been working in the frontline at healthcare facilities in the fight against COVID-19.