Leading tourism business honoured The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Vietnam Tourism Association jointly held a ceremony in the Hanoi Opera House on October 17, 2011 to present the Vietnam Tourism Awards 2010 to 50 excellent tourism businesses.
Ao Dai show to mark Women’s Day Nearly 100 Ao Dai (the traditional long dress) designed by Pham Quoc Tuan are on display at an exhibition that opened at the Vietnam Women’s Museum in Hanoi on October 18.
Vam Sat Eco-Tourist Site Surrounded by rivers, Vam Sat Mangrove Forest Eco-Tourist Site in the Can Gio Biosphere Reserve has the most beautiful forests. It has been recognized by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) as one of the world’s eco-tourist sites with sustainable development in Vietnam.
US university organises Vietnam Culture Night About 200 students of different nationalities and lecturers of West Virginia University joining the Vietnam Culture Night were informed of Vietnam's culture, admired Vietnam's traditional costumes "Ao Dai" and enjoyed Vietnam's well known songs and music.
Tu Thuc Fairytale Cave Tu Thuc Cave, also known as Bich Dao Cave lies on Than Phu Mountain in Nga Thien Commune, Nga Son District of Thanh Hoa Province, about 50km northeast of Thanh Hoa City. It is a well-known area with a legend about Tu Thuc’s meeting with a fairy.
“Vietnam’s World Heritage” exhibition opens A photo exhibition featuring Vietnam’s world heritage opened on October 10, 2010 in the Exhibition Center for Fine Arts and Photography, 29 Hang Bai St., Hanoi to celebrate the 57th anniversary of the Hanoi Liberation Day. It is held from October 10 to 17, 2011.
Vietnam Tourism Awards 2010 The Vietnam Tourism Association (VITA) and the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) held a press conference on the which will be presented at a ceremony on October 17 at the Hanoi Opera House. This is the 12th year the awards are presented.