The Friends of Viet Nam Heritage (FVH) will host a walking tour to discover the Ba Dinh area and the ‘French Colonial Quarter’ on April 20.
Railway passengers are now able to buy tickets and pay fares using electronic wallets Payoo and MoMo, two of the main e-payment solutions popular among youngsters nowadays.
Viet Nam’s capital boasts long-held historical values and timeless architectural charm.
Nui Vua (King Mountain) is the highest mount in the Ba Vi Mountain Range (Ba Vi District, Ha Noi), where a temple dedicated to Uncle Ho is located.
The third edition of the Moc Chau Tea Festival began on April 6 at Vinatea Moc Chau, a member of the Viet Nam National Tea Corporation (Vinatea), in northern Son La province, bringing together six local tea producers.
Saigon Café on level 1 of the Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers will offer a special buffet night to celebrate Hung Kings’ Day on April 25 (the 10th of the third lunar month).
Online tour bookings are projected to expand 50% in 2018-2020, almost twice as much as e-commerce, but this tourism segment will face many difficulties.
The culinary festival “Essence of Vietnamese food” will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from April 6-8, introducing special dishes from across the nation, as part of activities to develop food tourism.
Two four-star tourist sites in the southern coast province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau under Saigontourist, namely Binh Chau Hot Springs and Saigon-Ho Coc Beach Resort, are rolling out a wide range of summer promotions.
Vietjet Air received its newest A321 aircraft which bears the official logo for the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Viet Nam and France, in Paris, on March 28th.