Over 100 photos featuring nature and the cultural identities of all ethnic groups in Vietnam will be on display at an exhibition held in the south-central coastal province of Phu Yen from August 18-21. A photo to be displayed at the exhibition. Themed ‘Vietnam – Cultural Colours’, the event is part of the fifth Cultural, Sports and Tourism Festival of Cham people in Phu Yen province. The exhibits will introduce visitors to world cultural heritages in Vietnam, scenic landscapes, historical and cultural relic sites, festivals, and the customs and costumes of all ethnic groups around the country. The exhibition aims to honour the values of traditional culture that were preserved and promoted over recent times. The diverse natural resources and cultural treasures have contributed towards Vietnam becoming one of the countries with the most UNESCO-recognised tangible and intangible cultural heritages in the world. The event is expected to promote the natural and cultural values to both domestic tourists and international friends, contributing to the sustainable development of tourism.