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The Nam Dan ancient stone ground in Nam Dan commune, Xin Man district, northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, has been recognised as a national relic. This is the second ancient stone ground (after Sapa) discovered in Vietnam and registered as a national relic.
Three Vietnamese museums have been chosen to display artifacts on a website established by Asemus, a network of museums in Asia and Europe .
Thua Thien-Hue - The Paris wastewater treatment authority (SIAAP) will grant 130,000 Euro to support the upgrade of ponds in the Hue imperial citadel.
Da lat - This is the sole motorbike taxi firm in Vietnam that has its own website and only serves foreigners.
Ha Giang – A natural heritage that has been left untouched for over hundreds of millions of years in the northern province of Ha Giang is at risk of disappearing, according to Dr Vu Cao Minh.
The licensing of the project to build Ho Na-Van Phong extra-class tourist resort was given on April 11 by the managing board of Van Phong economic zone to Ho chi minh City-based joint stock company M&C.
More impressive still was the guide. Ours greeted us on our first day with a clear plan and excellent English skills, falling under a barrage of questions, all of which he answered with flourish and in detail, whether related to politics, gender, flora and fauna or food.
One rural resort realises there’s little money to be made from backpackers and makes a play for the more well-heeled tourist. Caitlin Worsham explores the private cave.
The Da Gos Gongs festival will open in Madagui tourist area of Cat Tien-Lam Dong national park from April 26-May 1 to mark the Liberation Day (April 30) and International Labour Day (May 1).
Many beautiful fashion designs of the French trademark On Aura Tout Vu have been introduced at the White Palace Centre in Ho chi minh city

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