A new pedestrian street, Trinh Cong Son street in Nhat Tan ward of Hanoi’s Tay Ho district near the West Lake, was launched in the evening of May 11th, offering additional entertainment spaces for locals and visitors.
Sua flowers have become a symbolic type of flower in Hanoi each March, which helps to beautify the city in cool and rainy weather.
After six month, a photo contest on Vietnamese beauty, has become a photography cultural activity, attracting more viewers to Nhan Dan Television channel and Nhan Dan Television on the Internet.
From March 25th to April 15th, the best images from the Shakespeare Lives in Photography competition will be exhibited in a special space inside disused cargo containers at Hanoi Creative City (No 1 Luong Yen, Bach Dang ward, Hai Ba Trung district).
On these days, Bac Son road in front of President Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum in Hanoi becomes more cheerful as many young people come here to take photos with the Ban (Bauhinia Variegata) flowers.
The graceful Truong Tien bridge, having undergone many changes and ups and downs along with the ancient capital Hue, still reflects its beauty on the Huong (Perfume) river and stands as a romantic symbol of the ancient capital.
Taste of Australia 2016, a Vietnam-wide celebration of Australian food and beverage supported by the Australian Government, industry, and business partners, will take place this April.
The Vietnam Fine Arts Association (VFAA) has opened “Spring Paintings” at the Exhibition House, No 16 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi, to welcome the 12th National Party Congress and the Lunar New Year 2016.
On January 25th, the Ho Chi Minh city Department of Information and Communications, in association with Ho Chi Minh city Association of Journalists and Vietnam Association of Publishers, opened the Spring Newspaper Street 2016 on Nguyen Van Binh Book street in district 1.
The Ho Chi Minh city People’s Committee has agreed to open 131 Spring flower markets in districts to serve residents and tourists during the Lunar New year (Tet) 2016.
On January 12th, a painting exhibition entitled “The Colour of Hanoi” opened to welcome the 12th National Party Congress and the Lunar New Year festival 2016 at Hanoi’s Old Quarter Cultural Exchange Center.
As the lunar New Year festival (Tet) is approaching in just over a month, flowers and ornamental plants have been on sale across streets in Vinh city, the central province of Nghe An, bringing spring to the city.
As the most important area for agricultural production in Vietnam, which accounts for 50% of rice, 70% of fruit, and 52% of fishery output and contributes 90% of rice and 60% of the seafood export turnover of the country, the local people in the Mekong delta region are still poorer than the national average.
Dong Van Old Quarter in Ha Giang province is hosting the “Karst plateau – buckwheat flowers” photo exhibition.
The Core, a German trio of media experts and light designers will visit Hanoi and use video mapping to put the front of the Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum in the limelight on November 13th - 14th.
Vietnamese enterprises are taking part in a handicraft products fair which is underway in Vientiane, Laos from October 30th to November 3rd.
In the October rice season, Pu Luong Peak in the central province of Thanh Hoa looks as though it is wearing a yellow carpet, attracting a lot of tourists and photographers.