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Work began last Saturday on Vietnam's largest tourism venture to date, the Ho Tram Strip in the coastal province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, which is being developed at a cost of about US$4.2bil.
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.
Ho chi minh city located Viking Tourism and Communication Company received a caravan delegation of seven cars on May 22nd that will tour Northern Vietnam via Tay Trang gate in Dien Bien province.
The Canada-based Asian Coast Development Ltd (ACDL) is to break ground for the construction of a 4.2-billion-USD resort on May 24, just one day after getting a license for Vietnam’s largest tourism venture.
The Canada Asian Coast Development, a high-ranking resort development company started the construction of a US $4.2 billion Ho Tram Strip complex on May 24. The complex was licensed the day before in Xuyen Moc district, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province.
Saigontourist has lately welcomed three vessels carrying 5,500 tourists and crew members of three international ships to visit Ho chi minh city Da nang city and Halong Bay just in two days.
The Global Investment Enterprise Corporation (GIEC) has started construction of a five-star hotel, a part of a large international entertainment project, at the Bo Y International Border Gate Economic Zone.
The northern border province of Lao cai is preparing for the Bac Ha Culture and Tourism Week to take place in the province’s Bac Ha Town and four surrounding communes of Bao Nhai, Coc Ly, Na Hoi and Ban Pho from May 30 to June 2.
The Ocean Dunes Golf Club (GC) in the central coastal city of Phan thiet will host a leg of the first golf tournament series in Asia, named after the six-time major tournament winner Nick Faldo, in September this year.

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