Rural workers flock to capital

Rural workers flock to capital

The capital city of Hanoi is currently witnessing the massive annual influx of migrant manual workers. Seeking jobs that no city people are willing to do, they need to earn extra money to prepare for Tet (Vietnamese Lunar New Year).

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Hanoi & the world

11/01/2018 10:45

Hanoi needs EIB’s support to develop urban railway

Hanoi hopes to continue having the European Investment Bank (EIB)’s company in developing its urban railway system, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen The Hung told Vice President of the bank Jonathan Taylor at their working session in Hanoi on January 10.

Hanoi news

16/01/2018 10:37

Hanoi plants maple trees

Hundreds of maple trees have been planted on Nguyen Chi Thanh, Lang Ha and Tran Duy Hung streets in Hanoi in the past weeks to increase the capital’s green space.

Vietnam News

16/01/2018 10:45

Export – a bright spot of economic panorama

Vietnam’s export-import exceeded 420 billion USD for the first time in 2017, of which export recorded the highest growth of 21.1 percent over the past seven years with 29 commodities joining the one billion USD club.

About Hanoi

The Thang Long Royal Citadel has been recognised as a world cultural heritage for its long-lasting cultural history, the continuity of the citadel as a power centre and the variety of relics it contains.

16/01/2018 10:39

Cua Van among most beautiful villages around the world

Cua Van, a small floating fishing village in the northern province of Quang Ninh, has been listed among the world’s 16 most beautiful villages by Journeyetc.com, a travel advisory website.

09/01/2018 14:12

A visit to Langbiang Mountain

Visitors to the resort city of Da Lat can take a tour of the Langbiang plateau and sample ruou can (wine stored in a big jar and drunk with a long bamboo pipe), a specialty of ethnic minorities living in the Central Highlands.

09/01/2018 14:05

Homestay tourism in Sa Pa attracts holidaymakers

Among the crowds of visitors in Sa Pa district in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai in the early days of 2018, many chose to stay at the homes of local ethnic minority people to experience the unique culture first-hand.