The daily work of Vi Thi Doanh (in Ngam Village, Son Dien Commune) includes weaving brocade and serving tourists.

Experiencing the mountainous region of Quan Son

In recent years, in addition to capitalising on its coastal tourism advantages, Thanh Hoa Province has been focusing on developing tourism in its mountainous districts. Among them, Quan Son District stands out for the development and promotion of unique tourism products such as nature exploration and community-based cultural tourism, attracting an increasing number of domestic and international visitors.
At the OCOP product introduction space held at the 2024 Hanoi Lotus Festival, many traditional lotus tea brands in Tay Ho District were introduced to the public, attracting the attention of many young people. (Photo: The Dai)

Solutions sought to promote the value of lotus plants

Vietnam is a country with many precious lotus species. All parts of the lotus, from the tuber, stem, leaves, and flowers, are used for different purposes. The problem remains, how to exploit and maximise the lotus plant’s economic, cultural and tourism value.
Vietnamese tourism promoted in Germany

Vietnamese tourism promoted in Germany

The Vietnam National Authority of Tourism (VNAT) in coordination with the Vietnamese Consulate General in Frankfurt, Germany, has organised a programme to promote Vietnam as a friendly, attractive and safe destination to key European markets and Germany in particular.
Vuc Hom Waterfall is one of the attractive destinations for visitors to the central coastal province of Phu Yen (Photo:

Exploring Vuc Hom Waterfall in Phu Yen Province

Located in Vinh Xuan Village, An Linh Commune, Tuy An District, Vuc Hom Waterfall is one of the attractive destinations for visitors to the central coastal province of Phu Yen. Although the road to the waterfall is arduous, the majesty and wildness make it worth the ride.
Visitors take boats to explore Trang An. (Photo: Thanh Mai)

Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex: new destination for archaeological tourism

A decade ago, Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex became Vietnam’s first “World Cultural and Natural Heritage” officially recognised by UNESCO. It has quickly become a leading tourist attraction, with its strong tourism types such as landscape-ecology-history and spirituality, Ninh Binh chose archaeological tourism for the greener and sustainable development of “the first and only mixed heritage of Southeast Asia”.
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