There are several ways to get to exhibition hall, whether you are traveling by car, bus, train or plane. And there are plenty of options for enhancing your visit with cosy accommodations.


By Plane: Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is one of the largest airport in Vietnam in terms of total capacity. It’s also the second busiest airport in Vietnam after Tan Son Nhat International Airport. The airport is also close to some satellite cities of Hanoi such as Bac Ninh, Hai Phong, Vinh Phuc and Thai Nguyen.

Various transportation services, including public taxis, minibus, grab,  and public buses, are available to exhibition hall from Noi Bai Airport

By taxi, there are several options for getting a taxi from the airport to the hotel and exhibition hall such as Mai Linh, Vinasun,…

About Bac Ninh

Bac Ninh is a province of Vietnam, located in the Red River Delta of the northern part of the country. It is situated to the east of the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi, and borders Bac Giang province, Hung Yen province, Hai Duong province, Vinh Phuc province, and Hanoi. The province is rich in culture and is known nationally for Quan ho folk music.

Bac Ninh has a rather even and flat terrain, mainly sloping from north to south and west to east, causing currents to flow down into Duong River and Thai Binh River. The terrain odd is not much; field areas are 3-7m high and hill and mountain areas are 300-400m high above sea level. Its hills and mountains only make up 0, 53% of its natural area mainly in 2 districts of Que Vo and Tien Du. Besides, there are shallow depressions along dykes under districts of Gia Binh, Luong Tai, Que Vo, and Yen Phong.

Thanks to the geographical location, Bac Ninh’s climate condition is featured by the influence of tropical monsoon and is clearly divided into four main seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. The annual average temperature is approximately 24ºC. There are two main seasons in one year: rainy season lasts from May to October and dry season lasts from December to April next year.

In the past, Bac Ninh used to be an ancient trade center of Vietnam from the 2nd to 10th century. The province is the home of Buddhism, which penetrates into this land so early, and bloomed in the Ly Dynasty. Hence, when traveling to Bac Ninh, visitors will be impressed by a system of old pagodas and temples which reflect its cultural characters and architecture style of Buddhism. Some well-known pagoda to be named in Bac Ninh include Keo Pagoda, Dau Pagoda, But Thap Pagoda, Phat Tich Pagoda, Do Temple, etc. Such pagodas are part of the precious tangible cultural value of the province which has been preserved through generations.

Besides the tangible cultural values, Bac Ninh also possesses intangible values which are featured by the traditional festivals. Most festivals of the temples and pagodas in the province take place in spring. Therefore, after the Lunar New Year, Bac Ninh is a favorable destination for visitors from all over the country. Especially, for foreign tourists, Bac Ninh is famous for being the cradle of Vietnam’s traditional folk song –”Quan Ho”.  “Quan Ho” was recognized as the Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO in 2009. This kind of art is annually performed at Lim Festival which is often celebrated on 13th of the first lunar month. For foreign tourists, the experience of joining this festival, listening to “Quan Ho” songs will be an unforgettable experience.

Bac Ninh is also well known for its traditional handicraft villages such as Dong Ky Wood, Dong Ho Paint, Dai Bai Bronze, and Phu Lang Pottery. Visitors can drop by and join in the daily life of the villagers. Especially, you can try making some products on your own and take them home as small gifts for your beloved ones.

Bac Ninh is 30km from Hanoi, 110km from Haiphong, 20km from Bac Giang, 45km from Noi Bai International Airport. It is on the National Highway No.1A, 18, 38.



Most visitors to Vietnam require a visa to enter the country. Visas are exempted for the citizens of the countries listed below:

  • Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia and Laos (30 day visa).
  • Brunei, Myanmar (14 day visa).
  • Philippines (21 day visa).
  • Japan, South Korea, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Denmark and Finland (15 day visa; required to hold a passport valid for at least 6 months on arrival and also must make 30 day pause between two arrivals)
  • United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain (15 day visa)
  • Belarus (15 day visa. This visa waiver is valid until 30 June 2020).
  • Kyrgyzstan (30 day visa).
  • Chilean citizens holding valid diplomatic passports are exempt from visa requirements (90 days).
  • Citizens of China, Cuba and North Korea holding normal passports endorsed “for public affairs” do not require a visa for Vietnam.
  • APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC) Holders from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member economies are exempted to stay within 60 days without visa.

Vietnam’s visa waiver policy is eligible for passport holders of Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, France, Germany, Italia, Spain. Accordingly, those come from these countries are currently allowed to stay in Vietnam for only 15 days per visit and wait for at least 30 days if you want to apply for the next entry.

So in case citizen from those countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, France, Germany, Italia and Spain) wants to stay in Vietnam for more than 15 days or entry Vietnam more than once in less than 30 days, you should apply for single entry visa 30 days valid or multiple entry visas as other.Visa Approval Letter processing fee:

  • One-month Single-entry Visa: 15 USD.
  • One-month Multiple-entry Visa: 30 USD.

Note: The above rate does not cover the Visa Stamp Fee, which must be paid at the arrival airport to immigration officers: 25 USD Single Entry or 50 USD Multiple Entry.

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