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For a long time, Quang ngai people have called Tra Bong and Tay Tra the land of cinnamon. Tourists going to these areas not only go sightseeing in the vast cinnamon forests but also visit Truong Ba temple, a unique historical and cultural vestige where religions of the Viet, the Cor and Cham etc intertwine.
From 11am May 28, Jetstar Pacific Airlines officially offered 10,000 air tickets at only VND 15,000 a ticket (excluding tax and other additional fees) on its domestic flights at its website
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
An exhibition of fine art works by artists from six north central provinces has recently opened at Ho chi minh Museum, Hue central city.
10,000 tickets for domestic flights will be offered at VND 15,000 each from 11.00 am of May 28 to mark the participation of the first Vietnamese budget Airline Jetstar Pacific, in the global trademark of Jetstar.
Documents have been submitted to the United Nations Education, Scientific and Educational Organisation (UNESCO) to ask for recognition of Cat Tien National Park as a world natural heritage site.
The Hue festival scheduled from June 3 to 11 has three main parts. Festivities are designed to be attractive to guests.
Jetstar Pacific Airlines is offering 10,000 one-way tickets at a price of VND15,000 (US$1) on domestic flights booked from August 8 to October 25 throughout the country.
Canadian property company broke ground in Ba Ria-Vung Tau last weekend for one of Vietnam’s largest tourism projects that will include the country’s first Las Vegas-style casino, a golf course and a complex of hotels.
A senior Cambodian government official says Cambodia wants to cooperate in tourism with Vietnam’s Central Highlands Lam Dong province. Cambodian Tourism Minister Thong Khon said he supports tourism cooperation and joint venture plans between Lam Dong province and Cambodian localities during a meeting with a Lam Dong province delegation in Phnom Penh on May 27.

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