Lighting up a large Christmas tree, making gingerbread figures, visits by a gift-toting Santa Claus, sand castle building competitions and Christmas choir performances are among an array of festivities ushering in The Anam’s first season to be jolly.
Just two hour driving from Hanoi, Bai Dinh Temple, a spiritual and cultural complex in Ninh Binh Province, offers you a peaceful retreat from city life.
Enjoy a night of classical, nostalgic ballads, if you are free this weekend. The show started at 7.30 pm this Sunday (16/7/2017). Tickets cost from VND600,000 ($26.4).
Kangaroos, koala and Vietnamese...take a trip Down Under.
A police survey found that 70 percent of the capital's residents were in favor of the plan.
A lot of shops which sell products at exorbitant prices to Chinese tourists under "zero-dong tours" have been forced to shut down.
The country has seen an estimated 6.2 million international visitors in the first half of this year, up 30.2 per cent year-on-year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) reported.
It's rare to see an international pop star pick Vietnam for their concert tour.
People, particularly those working in informal sectors and housewives, are afraid of a possible surge in the prices of goods as soon as the basic salary for civil servants and public employees increases next month.
'The city seems to be focusing more on imposing a ban than offering a real solution.'
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