Following 12 years on the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding (2009), Vietnam’s Ca Tru (ceremonial singing) made a strong comeback.
Giant crape-myrtle flowers, known as “Bang Lang” in Vietnamese, can now be seen in full bloom throughout Hanoi, serving to bring a sense of poetic beauty to the capital during the start of summer.
The Future of Travel research reveals that Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are the most recommended destinations for traditional food,
The Hanoi Tourism Stimulating Festival 2021 aims at introducing tourism products, tour combos and accommodations to Hanoi travelers.
The Vietnam Women’s Museum in Hanoi recently received photos, documents and items with the theme “Memories and Heritage” from diplomats, photojournalists, female doctors, and fashion designers.
Relic sites and tourist attractions in the capital city of Hanoi were simultaneously reopened for tourists excluding festivals on March 8 after closure order.
Amid spring days, some streets in Hanoi are becoming increasingly elegant for visitors to enjoy the pristine beauty of Ban trees in full bloom.
The book street festival aims at maintaining and promoting the reading culture of the city’s people and among the whole community.
The Standing Board of the Hanoi Party Committee organised a working session on January 19, with the Hanoi municipal Department of Tourism and Hanoi’s tourism industry on the results of the implementation of Resolution No. 06-NQ/TW dated June 26, 2016 and the outcomes for Hanoi’s Tourism industry in 2020 as well as solutions for 2021 and the 2021 -2025 period.
Hanoi received more than 715,000 tourists in November, an increase of 29.1% against October, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.