According to the Hoi An authorities, water puppetry performances have been weekly organized at Hoi An Theater in the Hoi An Culture and Sport Center – Quang Nam Provice since October 2nd, 2015.
On a ceremony hold by the southern province of Kien Giang on March 27, Phu Quoc Prison (in Phu Quoc Island) took great pride to be recognized as a special national heritage site.
The ancient town of Hoi An – Vietnam has recently been honored in Top 10 little-known spots which are equally dreamy, according to the US news station CNN. Visitors to Hoi An can touch the story of formation and development of the city through its buildings and religious architectural works.
British popular travel site Rough Guides has named Vietnam’s biggest island Phu Quoc among the world’s best honeymoon destinations. The top-20 list describes the country’s southern island as one of the most appealing honeymoon islands among abundant candidates in Asia.
According to the famous travel website TripAdvisor, Cua Dai Beach – a beautiful beach near Hoi An Ancient Town in the central province of Quang Nam – has recently earned 2015 Travelers' Choice Awards for Asian beaches, based on the quantity and quality of traveler reviews and ratings on Trip Advisor over a one-year period.
According to the Wanderlust Travel Awards 2015, the tourism hub of Hoi An ancient town (in the central province of Quang Nam) was proudly ranked fifth in the category with a 94.12 percent satisfaction rating from readers surveyed by the British travel magazine. Vietnam was listed in the Top Country category with a 94.56 percent rating.
The BBC News recently released an article announcing that Halong Bay (in the northern province of Quang Ninh) has been listed in Top 15 most amazing landscapes and rock formations throughout the world. It opened the article by praising that the Halong’s stunning landscapes and rock formations, which have been shaped and sculpted for over millions of years, hold invaluable clues to Earth's past and future.
According to the city People’s Committee on January 31st, the ancient town of Hoi An will launch a wide range of outdoor activities in order to promote the city’s tourism on the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, the 40th anniversary of National Reunification, May Day, the 55th anniversary of Vietnam’s tourism sector, the 6th anniversary of Cu Lao Cham being acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve site and on other occasions.