May 31st, 2012


According to a recent study, Vietnam has one of the highest willingness rates to go green. According to Grant Thornton, the auditing and consulting firm who conducted the study, Vietnam has a 68% willingness rate to endure the short-term sacrifice that may come about by focusing...


May 27th, 2012


A two kilometer-long ancient road, said to have existed in the 14th century was discovered in the central province of Thanh Hoa. The stone pathway was unearthed by local archeologists at the southern gate of Ho Dynasty Citadel, a known World Heritage Site.


May 25th, 2012


While rice is the staple food for Vietnam, something else can be harvested in their rice fields. But it’s not a plant or something you may expect. Growing just as well as rice and can be harvested after the rainy season is the Field Anabas – a kind of fish.


May 21st, 2012


Hue architecture is about to take on a 3D makeover.

This is made possible by the partnership between Hue Relics Preservation Centre and its partners with a vision to create 3D images that feature historic architecture. This would be a daring and innovative move for the...


May 19th, 2012


Speaking about the new logo of Vietnam’s tourism, Nguyen Manh Cuong, Vice chief of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, said that there are always opposite opinions about the new things.


May 17th, 2012


Tay Ho Weekend Market is a famous spot in West Lake, Hanoi. For two years now, it’s a favorite destination for locals not only to food shop but also or even more, to meet friends or simply hang out and have a nice, relaxing weekend.


May 15th, 2012


The Ho Chi Minh City Transport Co-operatives Union has put into operation five buses that run on compressed natural gas (CNG), making it the second company in the country to provide environmentally friendly buses.


May 13th, 2012


Recognized as a World Natural Reserve, the Vam Sat Eco-Tourist Area in Can Gio District is a popular destination for tourists to discover water life, biodiversity and local culture.


May 11th, 2012


After a two hour drive from Hanoi you will arrive at Giang Mo village in Cao Phong district of Hoa Binh province, where Muong people live in a wonderfully idyllic setting.



May 11th, 2012


A report on the environmental situation of Vietnam over a certain period of time was presented during a launching ceremony for the National State of Environment in Hanoi on June 10, 2010.


The report was based on a five-year period environmental management and protection in...