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PM approves the master plan to develop Dong Van stone plateau in Ha Giang

PM approves the master plan to develop Dong Van stone plateau in Ha Giang

The Prime Minister has approved the master plan for the development of the Dong Van stone plateau into a national tourist center in Ha Giang province by 2030.

Vietnamese lawmakers back new tourism fund, reject controversial hotel surcharge

Tourism officials have been blaming a dearth of cash on ineffective PR efforts.

Hoi An calls for ideas for heritage conservation

Local authorities in Hoi An, Quang Nam Province, have encouraged both local authorities and the private sector to contribute to protect and promote the town during the international conference on Urban Heritage Conservation and Development on June 14.

Vietnamese ice cream brands fight for bigger market share

The ice cream and frozen dessert market is a lucrative market with value of VND2.620 trillion in 2016, an increase of 13 percent over 2015.

Heavy downpour compound during morning rush hours in Ha Noi

Heavy rain lashed the capital on Tuesday morning, catching Hanoians off-guard and creating major traffic snarls during the peak morning hours.

In the age of cheap air travel, Hanoi's train factory fades from glory

'If rail transportation isn't developed, then the railway industry cannot be revived.'

Vietnam braces for first tropical storm of the year

The storm is the first of up to 15 typhoons and tropical depressions forecast to hit Vietnamese waters this year.

Vietnam Festival 2017 opens in Tokyo

The two-day event attracts thousands of Vietnamese and Japanese visitors.

Natural beauty, cheap prices drive Vietnam up global travel ranking

The country could stand higher than its 67th position if more attention was paid to the environment.

Cave festival season to kick off in Quang Binh

Various interesting arts, sports and tourism activities will be held during the cave festive season 2017 that will kick off in the central province of Quang Binh on June 17.

Don't let them leave: Vietnam advised to act fast as clock ticking on visa-free travel

An industry group calls for a 5-year extension to the visa waiver scheme for certain European tourists, expiring this month.