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The Saigon Railway Transport Company announced it will operate a new two-way luxury railway route from Saigon to Nha trang starting August 22nd, 2008. The new rail service will include 14 carriages with 7 cabins in each and is designed with interior decorations at a five-star hotel standard.
Some helicopters of the Northern Air Service Corporation carried some tourists stuck in the tourism town of Sapa Lao cai province due to floods to Hanoi on August 11. Each traveller had to pay around $1,000 to go back to Hanoi.
Kite flying is a simple and captivating hobby which has a long standing tradition in Vietnam
Covering an area of 2,300m2, Phuoc Hai Pagoda, or Ngoc Hoang (the Jade Emperor) Pagoda in the past, in District 1, Ho chi minh city was built around the turn of the 20th century on the foundation of the old Minh Su Pagoda.
The national flag carrier Vietnam airlines will launch on August 12 its direct service from Hanoi to Nagoya township of Chubu , the third biggest economic hub of Japan , announced the carrier.
The Northern Service Flight Company (NSFC) and Royal International Joint Stock Company launched air-taxi service in Ha long city Quang Ninh province this morning.
Phong Nha- Ke Bang Cavern in Quang Binh Province and Fansipan Mountain Peak in Lao cai Province have been added to a list of 77 candidate sites to be voted on as world natural wonders again. Phong Nha – Ke Bang were taken off the voting list about four months ago.
Two agreements on tertiary education cooperation between Vietnamese and Swiss universities were signed in Hanoi on August 5 in the presence of visiting Swiss President Pascal Couchepin and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan.
Hanoi has finalized documentations on the Thang Long royal citadel, which will be submitted to UNESCO for considering as a world cultural heritage.
The Viet nam Railway Corporation has decided to increase Train fares, starting on August 10, following increases in fuel costs.

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