Before moving to Vietnam five years ago, Jovana Benoit – spouse of the current Haitian Ambassador to Vietnam Jean Lesly Benoit, surfed the Internet to learn about the country. However, not everything she read was positive.
The 6th Da Lat Flower Festival themed “Da Lat - Multitude of flower colors” will take place from December 30th, 2015 through January 3rd, 2016.
Vietnam’s two major hubs took joint second place among the best value destinations in the Lonely Planet’s recently released “Best in Travel 2016” list.
Situated in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang, Ban Gioc Waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfall of Vietnam. It attracts domestic and foreign visitors with its imposing and poetic scenery.
On November 6th, the bilingual Vietnamese-Russian version of “TruyenKieu” (The tale of Kieu) by poet Nguyen Du will make its debut in Hanoi.
The Hanoi Youth Union organized an art program to congratulate the success of the 16thHanoi Party Congress for the 2015-2020 tenure at Ly Thai To Monument in the evening of November 3rd.
The 3rd Latin American Film Week co-organised by the Peruvian and Mexican embassies representing the Latin American countries will take place in Hanoi from November 11th - 14th.
On November 2nd, the Vietnamese heritage sites photo exhibition was co-organized by the Vietnam Heritage Magazine under the Vietnamese Cultural Heritage Association and Canon at the University of Science and Technology – the University of Da Nang.
The Vietnam’s first wildlife film and music festival will be held at the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi on November 8th.
On November 1st, the 2015 Asian Ethnic Cultural Performance was organized at Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza in Hong Kong, China.
Arriving in the south west of Vietnam, tourists are advised to visit the ancient pagodas to witness the unique architecture and appreciate their commanding cultural significance.
The Vietnam Cultural Heritage Week 2015 will be organised at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Son Tay Town's Dong Mo on the outskirt of Hanoi on November 15th-23rd.
The “Vietnamese sacred animals” exhibition including about 100 typical exhibits opened at the Vietnam National Museum of History, Hanoi on October 28th.
From the beginning of autumn, every street in Hanoi is blanketed with the fragrance and white colour of hoa sua (milk flower), creating a peaceful and romantic atmosphere in the capital.
A painting exhibition entitled “The earth is in your hands” will open at the French Cultural Center in Hanoi from November 3rd - 15th.
A photo exhibition on previous congress was opened by HanoiMoi newspaper on October 27th at its headquarters (No. 44 Le Thai To street, HoanKiem district) to welcome the 16th Hanoi Party Congress and the 12th National Party Congress.
On October 26th, the Embassy of the Republic of Panama in Vietnam in cooperation with the Vietnam's Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the National Library of Vietnam opened an exhibition titled “Enjoying Panama”.