People in the south-central Vietnamese province of Ninh Thuan are suffering from water scarcity brought about by severe drought, and it is only the beginning of the dry season.
An off-road racing event organized for the first time in Vietnam ended on Sunday, having given the participants and spectators enormous excitement.
The Ta Xua natural park, located in northwestern part of Vietnam, has recently appealed to many tourists as an impressive and mesmerizing place to explore.
Young people in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City joined the Earth Hour campaign on Saturday night, which also marked the 10th year of Vietnam becoming part of the global event.
Thousands of people gathered at the Reunification Palace and along its surrounding streets in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday to bid farewell to late Prime Minister Phan Van Khai as his body was returned to his hometown for the final burial ritual.
The first branch of a new underpass that serves to relieve traffic pressure on a crucial intersection northwest of Ho Chi Minh City is in its final stage of construction, with the opening day set for mid-March.
A representative from Vietnam was crowned the 2018 Miss International Queen, a transgender beauty pageant, after an enthralling performance in the final night in Thailand on Friday.
Local media were overwhelmed when they were invited to tour the supercarrier USS Carl Vinson, which is docking in the central city of Da Nang for a historic visit to Vietnam, on Monday.
Children models donning clothes by seven Asian designers took the center stage at the 2018 Asian Kids Fashion Week that kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday night.
Twenty-two young girls and women, aged ten to 35, have teamed up to make Vietnam’s unique troupe of lion dance on high poles, a kung fu-required technique usually practiced only by men.
Tourism industry insiders have taken to social media to share a number of instances of bad behavior they observed from Vietnamese tourists during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday that ended last week.
The moment one sets foot in the Dong Hoa Hiep ancient village, it is impossible not to fall in love with the area with old houses and blossoming flowers.
The annual Nguyen Hue Flower Street, now in its 15th year, began welcoming visitors after the opening ceremony on Tuesday night.
With Tet, Vietnam’s biggest holiday of the year, only a week away, many flower markets and flower fairs have been formed across Ho Chi Minh City.
The scene of displaying yellow apricot blossoms – a major symbol of Tet – for purchase at many locations around Ho Chi Minh City has increasingly livened up in the lead-up to the nationwide traditional event due to start in mid-February.