July 31st, 2011


Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has given approval for work on the Long Thanh International Airport near Ho Chi Minh City to start in 2015.


July 29th, 2011


If you’re looking for a complete beach experience when you happen to be in Phan Thiet, Central Vietnam, then Seahorse Resort and Spa is the perfect option for you for that both relaxing and luxurious ambience. A four-star hotel offering top-of-the-line facilities and amenities,...


July 27th, 2011


Google is the most visited website in Vietnam. This, according to a survey conducted by the market research company Cimigo. Their data showed that 48% of internet users in the country frequent the popular website Google.


July 25th, 2011


Though already a stable investment environment as it is, Ho Chi Minh City is to be made even more investor-friendly to attract more businesses and tourists into the city.


July 21st, 2011


Private schools have become more attractive than state owned schools in the eyes of high income parents, who demand high quality education services for their children.


July 19th, 2011


The first-ever self-portrait contest, Self-Portraiture, opens in Vietnam. The contest is authored and organized by Italian artist Richard di San Marzano and British painting collector Dominic Scriven. The contest is open to Vietnamese artists 18 years old and above.



July 17th, 2011


Double the annual state expenditures on environmental protection activities. This is what the Vietnam Environmental Administration asked the National Assembly yesterday as only 1% of the total annual state expenses was allocated to environmental protection in 2006 – and hasn’t...


July 15th, 2011


If you’re a lover of the fine fabrics, Vietnam is one place where you can find high quality cloths at an even reasonable price. As long as you know where to go or what particular shops to purchase such merchandise, you’ll be surprised to discover good finds at a great bargain.


July 13th, 2011


A mummy of over 100 years old is now preserved and displayed at the HCM City-based Vietnam History Museum.

This mummy was discovered over 17 years ago by Vietnamese archaeologists while excavating a tomb with two coffins in Cui village in Ward 8, District 5 in HCM City.


July 12th, 2011


Coming to the northern province of Ninh Binh, after spending time on historical sites of Hoa Lu Capital (968-1009) such as temples of King Dinh Tien Hoang and King Le Dai Hanh in Hung Yen Commune, Hoa Lu District, visitors should not miss Cuc Phuong National Park in Nho Quan...