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Phan Thiết sand sculpture park brings tourists to fairy tale world

Phan Thiết sand sculpture park brings tourists to fairy tale world

The talent and skilled hands of foreign sculptors has turned a 2 ha empty lot into a wonderful sand sculpture park in Phan Thiet city’s Phu Hai Ward in the south central coastal province of Binh Thuan.

Capital festival honours nation’s heroic king

02/02/2017 17:05

A celebration was held this morning on the occasion of the 228th anniversary of King Quang Trung's decisive victory against Chinese-Quing dynasty's force  in Viet Nam in 18th century. 

French designer bags a Vietnamese prize

01/20/2017 16:05

Travelling is a common hobby to many people who like changes. To French designer Valerie Cordier, travelling also gives her inspirations in designing.

Sublime offerings for heaven and earth

01/17/2017 14:59

Viet Nam’s biggest traditional holiday, known as Tet, is approaching very near us. Foodwise would like to tell you most tasty and delicious Tet dishes cooked by locals in the country’s three regions.

Vietnamese cultural and historical figure honoured

12/22/2016 16:20

The Temple of Literature recently hosted the 400th birthday anniversary of a famous Vietnamese historical and cultural figure, Nguyen Mau Tai.

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11/29/2016 15:24

Martin Rama, former Lead Economist of the World Bank in Viet Nam, pens appeal to  Nguyen duc Chung, Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee.

Nurturing musical talent through war and peace

11/25/2016 11:24

The Viet Nam National Academy of Music has sustained its work for 60 years, with classes continuing in underground shelters amidst bombing raids

Ancient city introduce Hainan Temple as a new destination

11/24/2016 16:12

The ancient city of Hoi An has included the 1875-built Hainan Chinese Temple on Tran Phu street as a new destination among 22 sites in the old quarter, expanding tourism space for tourists visiting the city.

Policeman brings music to blind students

11/21/2016 11:06

Police officer Tran Anh Tuan spends every Friday evening teaching visually impaired students from the Nguyen Dinh Chieu High School for the Blind to play the guitar. Thanks to his dedication and the beautiful sounds of the instrument, many students have been able to experience more colour and happiness in their lives. Luong Thu Huong reports.

Sapa ride opens new vista for cylists

11/14/2016 22:40

Participants from 22 countries have competed in the first-ever three-day Viet Nam Mountain Bike Marathon in the remote mountainous region in Sapa in Lao Cai Province.

The young southern orange billionaire

11/14/2016 18:05

Starting from scratch, a Mekong Delta farmer learnt everything he could about growing oranges and decided quality was more important than quantity. It paid off big time, report Minh Tuan & Ha Nguyen.