TAG : Hai Phong

  • A cuisine of its own

    A cuisine of its own

    Hai Phong has a host of dishes peculiar to the northern port city.

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  • Mercure Hai Phong Hotel to be opened

    Mercure Hai Phong Hotel to be opened

    Mercure Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its first midscale property housed in a 28-story mixed-use development in northeastern Vietnam. Located in the central business district, Mercure Hai Phong is the tallest building in the city located within SHP Plaza shopping centre.

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  • Haiphong looks to become tourism hub

    The Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism in the northern city of Haiphong has announced plans to diversify the city’s tourism products and improve services to turn the city into a tourism hub. A fund to promote tourism on Cat Ba Island has been set up to develop facilities and improve services. Cat Hai district, where Cat Ba is located, will organise several activities to kick start its tourism season, including artistic performances. Meanwhile, Do Son district targets becoming an international entertainment and tourism centre. Haiphong welcomed 964,300 visitors in the first quarter, an increase of 7.23% year-on-year, and expects to welcome 5.5 million foreign and domestic visitors for the year as a whole

  • Tried & tested

    Tried & tested

    Located where the Bach Dang River meets the East Sea in Vietnam’s north, the Bach Dang relic site relates three separate yet similar historic military victories.

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  • Streaks of red

    Streaks of red

    Haiphong’s signature red noodles are meticulously prepared and best enjoyed with seafood.

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  • Winter wonder

    Winter wonder

    Don’t let the chilly weather put you off heading out to Halong Bay.

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  • Calypso Cruises - A splendid start

    Calypso Cruises - A splendid start

    The first two weeks of the new Calypso Cruises have been an outstanding success.

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  • BREAKING BREAD

    BREAKING BREAD

    Introduced by the French, improved upon by the Vietnamese, bánh mì takes a rightful place as one of the country’s best street dishes.

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