Listening to the Gardens of Hue
“I study garden houses as a connection between Vietnamese art and culture and a deep connection with the land and spirit of Hue. Hidden cultural features still thrive in the values and identity of Hue today,” said Professor and Landscape Architect Kimberlee Stryker (University of California, Berkeley) in her “Listening to the Gardens of Hue, Vietnam” 25 years ago.
Private museums contribute to popularising arts among the public
Many collectors in Vietnam have established private museums showcasing their own priceless treasures of artworks, antiquities, and documents. These private museums have contributed to the research and preservation of national…
Thua Thien Hue: Heritage education for the younger generation
Along with supporting the restoration of Hue heritage, experts from the German Society for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage also strive to pass on love and understanding of heritage to…
Turning Trang An landscape complex into driving force of Ninh Binh’s development
The Trang An landscape complex in Ninh Binh province is to be built to become one of the attractive tourism sites in Vietnam and the world as well as the driving force for the development of Ninh Binh province and the Northern Delta region.
92 unique architectural works in Hanoi to be preserved
A plan to preserve 92 unique architectural works in the city, including 30 works managed by the municipal administration, 50 State-managed architectures, and 12 built before 1954, has been announced by Hanoi City Department of Construction, Planning and Architecture.
Mekong Delta craft villages key contributors to sustainable growth
The preservation and development of craft villages in the Mekong Delta has not only made significant socio-economic contributions, they also play a key role in promoting sustainable development.
Preservation and promotion of Xam singing strengthened in modern life
 Among the folklore art treasure, Xam singing (ballads sung by wandering blind musicians) is a music form full of humanity and possessing many unique values, both in terms of contents and arts. However, in modern life, Xam singing is facing the risk of extinction, requiring early measures to protect and recover the traditional art form.
Four luxury hotels in downtown HCM City put on new preservation list
The HCM City People’s Committee has submitted to the Prime Minister two preservation plans for the Rex, Kim Đô, Continental and Majestic hotels.
Seminar on the preservation of Co Loa relic site
Tia Sang (Ray of Light) Magazine, in association with the Department of Cultural Heritage under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Thang Long-Ha Noi Heritage Conservation Center, on July 7 held a seminar themed "Co Loa Citadel: From core value to conservation and development."  
Workshop promotes preservation of Ly Dynasty’s culture, art
Art and culture under the Ly Dynasty in Viet Nam was the main focus of a workshop in the northern province of Bac Ninh on February 9, which brought together a crowd of domestic and foreign scientists. 
Preservation of Duong Lam ancient village
Located just 50km to the Northwest of Ha Noi, Duong Lam is one of the country’s best examples of an ancient village. 
Viet Nam becomes attractive destination for Russian tourists
Viet Nam has emerged as one of the attractive destinations for Russian holiday-makers.
About 170,000 tourists visit Co To island in ten months
Co To island in the northern province of Quang Ninh greeted about 170,000 tourist arrivals from the start of the year, a year-on-year rise of 70%, grossing a turnover of more than VND250 billion.
The Reverie Saigon among top 11 hotels of the year
Vietnamese luxury hotel The Reverie Saigon has topped the list of “11 hotels opening in 2015 that we cannot wait to check into”, said CNN.
Ben Tre to host fourth coconut festival next year
The 4th Coconut Festival will take place in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre from April 7-13, reported the event’s organising board at a press conference on December 12.