The director of the Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports, Do Dinh Hong, announced on Wednesday that the department is currently working on a dossier to propose the recognition of pho-cooking in the Vietnamese capital city as a national intangible cultural heritage.
On Tuesday, the Zhao Shang Yi Dun cruise ship arrived in Quang Ninh Province, northern Vietnam, with 721 Chinese passengers on board. These eager tourists were excited to explore the breathtaking Ha Long Bay, a renowned destination known for its natural beauty. Additionally, they were thrilled to visit various other popular tourist sites in the area. Their arrival marked the start of an unforgettable journey filled with exploration and discovery.
Son Doong Cave and Hang Va (Va Cave) in Quang Binh Province, north-central Vietnam, have been showcased in the renowned nature documentary series Planet Earth, produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Son Doong Cave, recognized as the largest cave in the world, and Hang Va are both stunning natural wonders that captivate audiences with their breathtaking beauty and unique features. The inclusion of these Vietnamese treasures in such a prestigious documentary series is a testament to their significance and allure.
According to the website the Observer, Da Nang has become one of Vietnam's most rapidly expanding tourist destinations. The city has seen a larger number of international visitors this year, surpassing even the levels before the pandemic. The Observer is renowned for providing travel reviews on the top destinations around the world.