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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.
Traveling from the Saigon Bridge toward District 9, a turn on Nguyen Xien Street going across the Go Cong Bridge will bring guests to an ecotourism park, which locals call the “Countryside Resort.”
Vietnam Puppetry Theatre is the only one art troupe invited to perform at at the Asia – Pacific UNESCO Congress recently held in Bulacan, the Philippines.
Ben Thanh Tourist has added a new trans-Vietnam tour starting on Wednesdays, aiming to attract more individual tourists who have time for longer tours.
The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong has allowed local groups to make a plan to develop a big resort city project worth more than US$1bil in Dankia-Suoi Vang in the province's Dalat city
As many as 1,100 artists will revive the Nam Giao and Xa Tac Offering Rituals in the 2008 Hue Festival in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue in the first half of this June, according to the organizers.
The 2008 Southern Fruit Festival will be held from June 1 to August 30, 2008 in Suoi Tien Tourism Area. This will be an opportunity to collect delicious and well-known fruits nationwide and in the south to meet the demand of domestic and foreign tourists.
A delegation of leaders of Lam Dong People’s Committee and Da lat city the Centre for Investment and Promotion of Trade and Tourism and representatives of 9 enterprises in the province are on a working visit to study the Cambodian market.
As the summer starts to settle in, Aaron Joel Santos takes a stroll south of the Old Quarter to satisfy an overwhelming craving for ice cream.
On May 22, two blockbusters of summer 2008 were introduced to the media: Speed Racer and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.

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