(TITC) - No plastic bag week from 23 - 30 September 2023 in Hue (Thua Thien Hue Province), in order to raise awareness and create the habit of consumers carrying personal shopping bags when shopping while promoting the movement to reduce plastic pollution in the city.
(TITC) - In the middle of a sunny summer day, the delegation visited Mr. Nguyen Xuan Quyen's house at 46, Long Ho village, Kim Son commune, Son Tay town, Ha Noi. The small house is located in the middle of a mature garden with crawling trees to ease the summer heat.
(TITC) - Xuan Thuy National Park (in Nam Dinh Province) is a coastal wetland conservation area, where rare birds migrate every year, so take your time to explore this wild natural place.
(TITC) - Every 3 years, the Mekong Delta Tourism Association surveys, votes, recognizes and re-accredits 14 "Typical tourist attractions in the Mekong Delta 2023" in 7 provinces and cities. Tra Su Melaleuca Forest eco-tourism site (An Giang) is in the Top 10 newly recognized tourist destinations.
(TITC) - All the effort has been paid since the reduction of floating foam on the sea surface of Ha Long Bay and all kinds of garbage are collected and treated daily.
As a remote area of Muong La district, in the northern mountainous province of Son La, 100 percent of the population in Ngoc Chien commune is ethnic minority people, mainly H’Mong, Thai and a part of La Ha. Therefore, the locality has diverse and unique cultural features, of the local ethnic minority groups.
Located 30km from Bac Ha Town, Ban Lien is a remote commune in Lao Cai Province. With a total area of 57 s.q.km, Ban Lien has picturesque natural scenery, with palm forests, tea hills, stunning waterfalls and streams, and stilt houses leaning against the mountains or terraced fields.
Development of safe and eco-friendly agritourism is a new direction for Nghe An Province after nearly two years of the pandemic badly affecting the tourism sector.
Lam Binh district in Vietnam’s northern province of Tuyen Quang stuns visitors with its diverse ecosystem and a majestic landscape of river, mountains, and forests, this area was inhabited by the ancient Viet people.
As a province located at the end of the Southwest region, An Giang is endowed by nature with distinct features compared to the delta region, with mountains, forests and plain terrain interwoven to create a colourful and rich picture, attracting domestic and foreign tourists to visit and entertain.