The suggestion that the building should be pulled down to give way to the construction of a municipal administrative complex is contentious
The Indian government will supply a funding package of roughly US$2.5 million for a project to restore the UNESCO-recognized My Son Sanctuary in central Vietnam
Authorities in a central Vietnamese province have decided to earmark almost US$7 million for restoring scores of relics belonging to a UNESCO-recognized complex this year
Authorities in a central Vietnamese province have given cards which allow free entry to UNESCO-recognized Hoi An Ancient Town to scores of Vietnamese and expats credited with promoting the town
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has signed a decision to recognize another 14 structures as special national relics
Authorities in Hanoi have announced new entrance fees for the capital’s noted relics and scenic attractions for 2015
The relic preservation authorities in northern Quang Ninh Province on Friday suspended part of the restoration work on one of the country’s Buddhism hubs for undue intrusion on the time-honored structures.
Thua Thien- Hue Province in central Vietnam has given its nod to a US$4.9 million restoration project on the mausoleum of King Tu Duc, one of most resplendent mausoleums built under the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945), Vietnam’s last monarchy reigns, in Hue City- the country’s former imperial capital.
Authorities in Quang Nam Province in central Vietnam are taking into consideration the option of dismantling nine old houses which are beyond repair
Authorities in central Vietnam have allocated almost VND500 million (US$23,534) to immediately restore old houses and relics in UNESCO-recognized Hoi An Ancient Town
- Director disappears after closing English centers across Vietnam, with wage, tuition unpaid
- Soc Trang, Ca Mau become new COVID-19 hotbeds in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta
- Ho Chi Minh City to recover international tourism in early 2022
- Closed karaoke bar catches fire in Ho Chi Minh City
- Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – October 19