The Nha Trang Sea Festival 2011, which opened in the coastal city of Nha Trang on the evening of June 11, will include over 60 cultural, arts and sports events as well as many big conferences on developing Vietnam’s marine-based economy.
Dishes that helped imprisoned revolutionaries and liberation soldiers survive to fight during the country's resistance war were introduced to tourists, students and soldiers at the War Remnants Museum in HCM City on 7 June 2011.
A new theatre dedicated to cai luong (reformed theatre) performances has opened in HCM City's District 1. The Kim Chau Theatre, previously owned by the Hong Van Drama Theatre, has been transferred to the Mekong Artists Company.
An exhibition named “Three people, three colours” opened on May 24 in the Korean Cultural Centre in Hanoi, displaying 43 works by three artists of the Republic of Korea who are living and working in Hanoi.
Tucked on a palm-tree covered hill in Khe Sanh Street, 5km from the center of Dalat City, Thien Vuong Co Sat Pagoda is a popular site for visitors fascinated by the Chinese architecture and stillness of the sanctuary.
The India Tourism Office in Singapore and the Consulate General of India in HCMC on Wednesday organized the Incredible India road show to promote Indian tourism products and services to local tour operators.