Hoi An Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will showcase Vietnamese and Japanese culture at a two-day festival beginning Saturday.
Ninh Thuan province in central Vietnam, known for beautiful beaches and splendid Cham towers, will inaugurate Friday evening a festival showcasing a variety of cultural, sporting, and leisure activities.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City plan to host the Coffee Cultural Week event this December to promote Vietnamese coffee abroad.
Ninh Thuan province in south-central Vietnam held a conference Friday in Ho Chi Minh City to discuss the first-ever cultural and tourism festival it plans to hold next month.
Over 200 Vietnamese craftsmen from around the nation will gather to show off their artistry next weekend at the traditional handicraft festival in Hue, Vietnam\\’s former imperial capital.
Nearly all hotels, big or small, on the Han riverside have been fully occupied for DIFC. Meanwhile, coastal hotels have reported 402 rooms occupied. Golden Sea with 63 rooms is fully booked, My Khe with 48 rooms now has only five idle luxurious rooms (VND480,000-680,000/room/night, Tourane with 69 rooms now has four VIP rooms lefts (VND1mil/room). Furama Resort has 198 rooms, but only 15 rooms are left for March 27 at $240/room/night, and Sandy Beach has 10 idle rooms at over $100/room.
Around 55,000 holidaymakers flocked to Nha Trang, the capital city of the central coast\\’s Khanh Hoa Province, to enjoy the Sea Festival 2007, which wrapped up late last week.
Quang Tri province in central Vietnam will hold a tourism festival next month which will also boost cooperation between countries lying along the East-West Economic Corridor.
Ho Chi Minh City is set to launch the Southern Fruits Festival on June 1, aiming to honor high-quality products and trademarks from around the country.