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An 18-hole golf course by Vinh Thuan Joint Venture Company has been inaugurated in Mong Cai Beach, the northern province of Quang Ninh. This is a major project under the provincial tourism development strategy.
Life Resorts Management Co., which decided to abort a high-class resort in Binh Thuan Province a fortnight ago due to worries over a titanium mining project nearby, still have backing from the provincial government either to choose another site, or can wait some more time, an official said.
The northwest region of the country is an area of stunning scenery with terraced fields, mountain ridges separating beautiful valleys and colorful bazaars: an excellent destination for soft adventure and trekking tours.
In love with Vietnamese traditional culture? Excited by Vietnamese folk games? Do not walk away. You’re invited to join a festival in a sacred place in Chau Doc, An Giang Province.
355 projects of provinces and cities with tourism potential like Lao cai Thua Thien-Hue, Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan, Quang Nam (Hoi An), An Giang, Kien Giang, Ho chi minh city were introduced to major global investors and international funding groups at a conference and exhibition called Vietnam Tourism and Properties Opportunities.
Ba Ra An Trach is a major dam on the Yen River outside Danang on the central coast.
A collection of Buddhist artifacts went on display to the public for the first time at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum to celebrate the Fifth United Nations Day of Vesak, to be hosted by Vietnam.
Caravan tours are becoming a new brand of Viet nam tourism, the head of the Travel Department under the National Tourism Administration said recently.
The Dalat night market opened again early this month after being closed for three years due to concerns about food hygiene, security conditions and social order.
The Vietnamese Embassy in the US attended a cultural fair, one of the activities to mark the annual Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month, in Washington DC on May 10.

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