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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.
More than half a million Hoa Hao followers from southern provinces attended the 69 th anniversary of the establishment of the Buddhist sect that was held at the An Hoa Tu Temple in the Mekong delta province of An Giang on June 21 or the 18 th day of the fifth lunar month.
Con Moong Cave, in Thanh Hoa Province, hopes to follow in the footsteps of Ha long bay and the ancient town of Hoi an by being awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.
The names of 81 candidates in the ongoing Miss Universe Pageant have been written on 700 colourful lanterns that are hung along Tran Phu street, Hoi an city said Vo Phung, director of the Hoi An Culture and Sports Centre.
HCMC-based tour operator Ben Thanh Tourist has introduced a 15-day, 14-night tour of Xuan Thuy, Cuc Phuong or Nam Cat Tien national forests to cater to the needs of nature enthusiasts.
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.
VNPT E-travel, a subsidiary of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group, has launched a website at to provide foreign tourists with information about cultural products, tourism services, festivals and beauty spots in Vietnam.
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 .
Vietnam should host even more food, fashion and food festivals to boost the tourism sector, a meeting in Hanoi has heard.
“Antigone Vietnam”, a joint product of the Central Tuong Theatre and France’s Monte-Charge Theatre, presented in Hcm city at the Hue Festival 2008 and in Hanoi on June 17, will attend the Avignon Festival in France in July 2008.

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