ITE HCMC 2023, the largest and most established travel event in Vietnam and Mekong sub-region, is scheduled to double in scale compared to last year, and will place from 7-9 September 2023 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City.
As part of its first ever guide to Vietnam, Michelin has revealed the leading dining destinations in Ho Chi Minh City. In total, 55 eateries were recognised by the industry leading publication in the city, with one taking a prestigious Michelin star
As part of its first ever guide to Vietnam, Michelin has revealed the leading dining destinations in Hanoi. In total, 48 eateries were recognised by the industry leading publication in the city, three with the prestigious Michelin star
Michelin has presented the very first restaurant selection of the Michelin Guide Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City - with four restaurants receiving a coveted star
Capella Hanoi has cemented its position as the pre-eminent dining destination in Vietnam with its first Michelin star. Izakaya by Koki takes dining in the country onto the international stage like never before
The Ninh Binh Tourism Week 2023 “Golden Tam Coc - Trang An” is organized on a provincial level in accordance with Plan No. 6262/KH-UBND dated 10/04/2023 by the Provincial People’s Committee. This enticing characteristic annual event is held when the rice fields in the Ngo Dong river turn yellow.
Vietnam is back on the map, having fully reopened to tourists earlier this year. Here Breaking Travel News takes a tour of some of the highlights for those looking for adventure
The Mausoleum of President Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi will reopen to the public from August 16 after an annual maintenance since June 13.