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The rise of the U.S. dollar against the local currency, coupled with the scarcity of this greenback, has thrown many outbound tour operators into a spin.
The number of those booking tours with Saigontourist Travel in the first six months of this year was eight times more than the number who did so in the equivalent period last year.
Saigon and Hanoi Railway Companies will run more Trains and increase the frequency of trips from Saigon-Nha Trang, Sai Gon-Phan Thiet and from Hanoi to tourist sites to serve students during the university entrance exams and to serve the summer holidays.
An exhibit of children’s film posters entitled “The World of Children” is being held at the Ho chi minh city Women’s Cultural House at 192-194 Ly Chinh Thang Street in District 3 from now until June 30.
Documents have been submitted to the United Nations Education, Scientific and Educational Organisation (UNESCO) to ask for recognition of Cat Tien National Park as a world natural heritage site.
Traveling from the Saigon Bridge toward District 9, a turn on Nguyen Xien Street going across the Go Cong Bridge will bring guests to an ecotourism park, which locals call the “Countryside Resort.”
Saigontourist has lately welcomed three vessels carrying 5,500 tourists and crew members of three international ships to visit Ho chi minh city Da nang city and Halong Bay just in two days.
As summer approaches, tourists hear the call of the sea and the sandy beaches. Viet nam has a coastline more than 3,000 km, providing an excellent location for scuba diving and relaxing.
On Monday, the cruise ship Costa Allegra arrived from Australia to dock in Sai gon while SuperStar Gemini from Europe docked in Da nang The two ships carry a total of 2,500 passengers.
The Saigon Passenger Coach company (Sapaco Tourist) opened a two-way bus route from Ho chi minh city to Siem Reap (Cambodia) on May 19.

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