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The Institute of Art and Culture, under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, has held a meeting with leaders from the five Central Highland provinces to organize the First International Central Highland Gong Culture Festival in Gia Lai province in March 2009.
Vina Media has revealed its plan to set up from between 50 to 100 tourism information boxes in high-grade hotels, department stores, banks, visiting spots and airports in Ho chi minh city
Victoria Hotels & Resorts, which is styled after a traditional fishing village, will offer special bonuses for summer vacationers on the pristine white sand beach in the ancient town of Hoi an close to Danang International Airport.
The Institute of Art and Culture, under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, has held a meeting with leaders from the five Central Highland provinces to organize the First International Central Highland Gong Culture Festival in Gia Lai province in March 2009.
With Bac Ha currently a work in progress, the most beautiful traditional market in the north of Vietnam is found in Can Cau .
Fifteen years since Hue city won global recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the city’s internationally-renowned annual festival has been getting bigger and better. This year’s celebration, already in full swing, is no exception.
From mid-2008 to 2010, the Accor group will open 10 high-class hotels in Vietnam
Yesterday, an ao dai (Viet Nam’s traditional long gown) fashion show took place in the former Hue Hotel'>Imperial hue city as part of an ongoing biennial Hue Festival and attracted around 10,000 visitors including thousands of foreign tourists.
Ben Thanh Tourist has launched a tour to Europe during the Euro Cup 2008, aiming to attract local tourists who want to combine travel and the football matches of Euro Cup 2008.
Puppeteers from the Central Puppetry Theatre have performed at the Asia-Pacific UNESCO Congress taking place in Bulacan, in the Philippines.

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