A panorama of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign made its official debut on May 7 in Dien Bien province to mark Dien Bien Phu victory over French colonial rule.
Chairman of the National Assembly and the National Election Council Vuong Dinh Hue inspected the preparation for the approaching elections in Tuyen Quang city, the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang, on May 6. The elections of deputies to the 15th NA and all-level People’s Councils for the 2021-2026 tenure are slated for May 23.
Residents in Hanoi’s Dinh Thon village consider Bun tree their ‘treasure’ which has had a strong attachment to generations of the villagers for more than 300 years. The tree is in full bloom with bright yellow flowers in late Spring.
Located in Gia Nghia city, Dak Nong province, Lieng Nung waterfall, formed by the flow of Dak Nia stream which runs through N’Jrieng village, shows the wild beauty of the mountains and forests.
Hai Phong-Quang Ninh expressway facicilates travelling in the economic triangle axis of Hanoi, Hai Phong city and Quang Ninh province, contributing to improving infrastructure in the northern coastal region.
A photo exhibition featuring the life of endemic birds in Vietnam, particularly red-crowned cranes, has been introduced in Hanoi. Entitled “Moment of Nature”, the exhibition is aimed at delivering a message of protecting the natural environment.
Lying to the East of the northern province of Quang Ninh province, Co To island is a dreamy paradise with white sand beaches. It is also known as one of the most pristine islands of the country.
The Hanoi Flag Tower (also known as the Ky Dai) relic is in the complex of the Vietnam Military History Museum on Dien Bien Phu street, Ba Dinh district. The flag tower is considered a symbol of Hanoi, a can’t miss destination for visitors to Vietnam’s capital city.
After 46 years of liberation of the South and reunification of the country, Ho Chi Minh City has made great achievement with particularly impressive works, contributing to changing the face of the city. With a population of over 13 million, the city aims to become a smart and modern urban area.
A village well not only provides water for the villagers’ daily use but also maintains its important role in the local people’s social life. An ancient well is well-preserved by local people in the northern province of Ninh Binh.
An Ao dai (Vietnamese traditional long dress) performance event named “Ao Dai Cua Chung Ta” (Our Ao dai) has been held in Hanoi recently, aiming at honouring and promoting the traditional costume of Vietnam.
Starting from March, red silk-cotton flowers bloom brilliantly on the rocky plateau of the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, creating a stunning scenery in the borderland.
Hang Trong folk paintings are one of the most outstanding folk painting genres in Vietnam, however are falling into oblivion. With a hope to preserve and promote this line of painting, fine art students are working to recreate the paintings on silk and lacquer.
With a stunning French colonial architecture, the French village on top of Ba Na hills is among must-see destinations in the coastal city of Da Nang.
Bai Sau (Back Beach), or Thuy Van Beach, is one of several beautiful beaches in Vung Tau city in the southern province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau.
Located 110km north of Tuyen Quang city, Lake Na Hang is where Gam and Nang rivers meet. Covering a total area of 8,000ha, the lake is surrounded by primitive forests, creating an imposing landscape.
Ship Khanh Hoa 01, coded HQ-561, is a mobile hospital at sea which helps fishermen in Truong Sa (Spratly) island district keep their peace of mind and work on protecting the national sovereignty over seas and islands.
The Vietnam Department of Peacekeeping Operations (Ministry of Defense) opened a training course for the United Nations staff officers under the support of the US Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) in Hanoi on April 14.
Among rivers in Vietnam, Han River in the central coastal city of Da Nang has the largest numbers of bridges over it. Each bridge has its own charm.
Dak Nong Geopark in the Central Highlands province of the same name covers an area of more than 4,700 km2, stretching over six of the eight districts of the province with 65 sites of natural heritage, geomorphology, including craters, volcanic caves and waterfalls.