A rare Lamborghini Gallardo Spider owned by Vietnamese billionaire Đặng Lê Nguyên Vũ was recently spotted back on the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam after being off display for some time. The Lamborghini Gallardo was one of the most successful models produced by the iconic Italian supercar manufacturer
HCMC – The Saigon Times Foundation on February 7 coordinated with the Vietnam National University-HCMC publisher to introduce the book “Nostalgia for the Countryside”, or Thương nho đồng que in Vietnamese. This is the first English book about film director Dang Nhat Minh, inspired by his notable
HCMC – The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has successfully negotiated with Millon, a French auction house, to repatriate the gold seal under the Minh Mang Emperor’s reign. According to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, negotiations to repatriate the gold seal succeeded on
HCMC – The council of Nguyen Phuc’s royal family in Vietnam, a descendant of the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945), has written to auction house Millon in France requesting it to cease the auction of a gold seal, also known as the Bao Dai Emperor’s Treasury, and the gold bowl of the Khai Dinh Emperor.
HCMC – A gold seal cast in 1823 under Minh Mang Emperor’s reign from 1820 to 1841 and a gold bowl dating back to the reign of the Khai Dinh Emperor from 1917 to 1925 will be auctioned on October 31 by auction house Millon in France. However, Vietnam is seeking to negotiate the repatriation […]
(VEN) - Muong Hoa Valley in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, about 10km southeast of the famed town of Sa Pa, is renowned for its picturesque terraced fields, especially in the ripe rice season from September to October.
(VEN) - Located about 60km northeast of the capital Hanoi, Phu Lang has become one of the most famous traditional pottery villages in Vietnam. The village in Phu Lang Commune of the northern province of Bac Ninh’s Que Vo District has a long recorded histo
Nam Cang attracts tourists with its yellow terraced rice fields and unique ethnic identity of the H’mong and Dao minorities.
Hanoi has set a goal to develop the capital’s cultural industry in terms of scale, product quality, service and market, and make it a spearhead economic sector.
(VEN) - In May and June, when the summer rains start in Vietnam’s northwest, farmers go to the rice fields to plant a new crop. The site of the rainwater pouring down into layers of terraced fields is so unique that it has a name, the water pouring season
The tourism industry in the central province of Thua Thien - Hue is holding events and tourism promotions to attract holiday-makers during the National Day holiday from September 1-4.
(VEN) - From July to October every year, the Bac Son Valley in Lang Son Province is often crowded with tourists looking for ripe rice and exploring the beauty of rice fields stretching as far as the eye can see.