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The Hue Historical Relic Preservation Center has reopened the Hue Royal Fine Arts Museum located in Hue one month after the museum was relocated to An Dinh Palace from Long An Palace.
When you step inside of the Hanoi Aesthetic Institute, you might feel you were in a clinic rather than a healthcare salon, which these days seem to be increasingly ambitious in trying to hypnotise the customer from the moment he or she opens the door.
Nearly a half-century since their graduation, painters who were in the same class at the Viet nam Fine Arts College have a chance to meet with each other during a group exhibition on display in Ha noi
Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations were overcrowded and dirty during the Reunification holiday this week, said tourists who complained of inflated prices and lousy services.
With airport access, year round sunny weather and unlimited possibilities for fun, it’s no wonder Koh Samui is one of Thailand’s most popular islands for tourists.
The market at Tan Thanh border gate in Lang Son province attracts shoppers from all across Northern Vietnam even though most people there seem unsure about the price and the quality of the products.
Bao Vinh could have been another Hoi an but sadly this forgotten town, long left by the wayside, has slowly fallen asunder through years of neglect
Thua Thien – Hue Province in central Viet nam has announced it intends to pour over VND3 billion into renovating the Thanh Toan bridge, famous for its tiled roof in time for the Hue Festival occurring over June 3-11.
Featuring carefully restored murals and relics, An Dinh Palace in the central city of Hue will be fully open to tourists for the Hue Festival this June.
With the two national holidays on April 30 and May 1 falling just before a weekend this year, the domestic tourism market has become red-hot.

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