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A programme to introduce the culture of northern Vietnam is underway at Vinapearl Land Resort in Nha trang city from April 30 to May 3.
Russian city Moscow will be treated to a week long showcase of all things Hanoi in July, which is hoped will enhance friendship and expand cooperation between the two capital cities.
The “Sapa Tourism Week” kicked off with a festival opened in the mist-shrouder Sapa in northern mountainous Lao cai province on April 30, which also aims to celebrate the 105th anniversary of Sapa tourism service.
The Mekong Delta city of Can tho has five islands in the middle of the Hau River, Con Au, Con Son, Con Cai Khe, Con Khuong and Tan Loc, which still maintain the pureness and wildness of nature.
Ha noi — As summer approaches, those interested in adventure activities are heading to Ha long bay taking to the seas in slender kayaks to traverse the glassy waters.
More than 10,000 people attended last Saturday’s 2008 Ha long tourism Festival at Bai Chay Ferry in Quang Ninh Province, according to the Quang Ninh Tourism Department.
One week after Lion Air resumed Jakarta-Singapore-HCM City service, the Indonesian ‘hybrid’ carrier organised a familiarisation (FAM) trip to Hcm city for 12 journalists from Jakarta and eight from Singapore to introduce HCM City’s attractions to Indonesian and Singaporean tourists.
Hcm City-based Ben Thanh Tourist has launched three new tours to the ancient city of Hue during the Hue Festival 2008, running June 3 through 11. The tour spans three days and two nights.
The country's third air carrier VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Co. (VietJetAir) is cooperating with PARC Aviation in recruiting senior executives to prepare for its operations in Vietnam Robert Hughes, managing director of VietJetAir, talks with the Daily how the first private Airline in vietnam has readied itself for the take-off scheduled for late this year. Excerpts follow:
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has put on hold the job of licensing travel firms that want to provide inbound services while pending the issue of a circular guiding the implementation of the Tourism Law.

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