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Memories of Long Bien Bridge of several generations of Hanoians, the historical and cultural values of this over-one-century-old bridge will be showcased at an upcoming festival named “Long Bien memories”.
In 2010 the town of Muong Lay town will be at the bottom of a lake. Duc Hanh soaks up the valley’s extraordinary beauty while she can .
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.
The National Administration of Viet nam Tourism is undertaking a massive staff training programme for tourist professionals across the Mekong River Delta this year.
With Bac Ha currently a work in progress, the most beautiful traditional market in the north of Vietnam is found in Can Cau .
Fewer travellers are choosing to take the Train these days, as the railway industry faces strong competition from more modern means of transportation, the Viet nam Railway Corporation recently revealed.
Water puppet shows remain popular for children and tourists but the art form is in dire need of a new generation of puppeteers, directors and playwrights
Luxury resorts are springing up along central Vietnam’s beautiful beaches, turning this heritage-rich area into the next frontier for upscale tourism, writes Andy Tran.
Quang Nam Province is determined to become a major tourist destination in the central region and Vietnam aiming at VND4.6tril (US$288mil) in revenue from tourism annually by 2015.
A new television channel featuring entertainment and advertising programmes called RailTV is now being broadcast on Viet nam railways.

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