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Ten leading Vietnamese hotels and travel companies with most number of international tourists were presented with the Top Ten prize by the Viet nam Tourism Department and the Viet nam Tourism Association on Sunday.
A special programme named “Discovering Malaysia in Vietnam” will be launched on July 21 by the Malaysian Tourism Promotion Board to introduce the beauty of the country to Vietnamese people.
Tourism Malaysia is teaming up with Airlines and travel firms over new packages to draw more Vietnamese to that country, as part of a major campaign that Secretary General Ong Hong Peng from the country's tourism ministry announced last Friday.
The first stage of the Vietnam Ethnic Culture and Tourism Village will begin operation in 2010 and the remaining stages will be completed by 2015.
Tran Vuong Thach spent 14 years as a violinist before rising to the rank of the youngest orchestra conductor 10 years ago and receiving a Meritorious Artist Title last year.
Malaysian golfer Nicholass Chee Yung Fung has brought home the trophy of the first-ever Vietnam Amateur Open Tournament at the Dalat Palace Golf Club in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
The Saigontourist Holding Company's hotels and resorts chain have launched more promotion programs for their guests during the summer season.
In the Mekong Delta characterized by a labyrinth of waterways, Can tho emerges as a prosperous and beautiful land as shown by a saying that reads: "For Can Tho with white rice and pure water, those who ever come there find it hard to leave."
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the five Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) provinces will organise the first international festival titled the Space of Gong Culture of the Central Highlands in March 2009.
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.

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