The central province of Quang Nam, which is hosting the APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting and related meetings, has designed typical tours for tourists to discover the locality’s culture and people.
Although Thai Binh is not quite a renowned destination in Vietnam’s tourism map for breathtaking beaches, it is home to fantastic and striking islets, arousing the curiosity of a huge number of local
Nam Du Archipelago, in Kien Giang province, has been known as a summer paradise in Vietnam. Let’s contemplate the pristine and splendid scenery of Nam Du.
Vietnamnet - There are significant opportunities for Vietnamese firms to invest in the beauty sector in Cambodia and Myanmar as well as export beauty products to the two markets, participants at an
EN VietNamNet - The ancient town of Hoi An has attracted tourists to its unique cultural characteristics and peaceful and tranquil atmosphere.
EN VietNamNet - Hue lovers have nurtured a dream to contemplate Hue from height. Now they can turn their dream into reality by taking a hot-air balloon ride to see the ancient city from a different
Vietnamnet - Leading international exhibition organiser Informa has joined hands with Kintex, a leading K-beauty show organiser from South Korea, to launch the Mekong Beauty Show in HCM City from
EN VietNamNet - Spectacular views of Ninh Binh northern province where the blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island” was filmed, have impressed tourists through flycam perspective.
Vietnamnet - Many South Korean beauty service brands are seeking ways to penetrate the Vietnamese market through franchise models after the elimination of seven tariff lines on cosmetics.
EN VietNamNet - After the “Kong: Skull Island” was screened globally, international travel agents began selling tours to many heritages sites throughout Vietnam.
EN VietNamNet - Salt fields in the southern province of Ba Ria Vung Tau in the scorching sun create a wonderful and appealing picture to visitors.
EN VietNamNet - Greek web designer Maritina Laskaridou has created a three-minute video clip during her recent 17-day trip to Vietnam, truly featuring the country’s distinctive culture, beautiful
Vietnamnet - The beauty and cosmetics retail market in Vietnam has been estimated to be worth US$1.7 billion annually, a figure that will likely reach US$2.35 billion by 2018, according to market