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Increasing numbers of travellers, foreign and domestic, are seeking to conquer Mt Fansipan, the highest peak in Vietnam popularly known as the "Roof of Indochina".
An exhibition featuring 104 ancient artifacts of the Champa culture in the south central coastal province of Binh Dinh opened at the Vietnam History Museum in Hanoi on April 25.
Artisans play an important role in preserving national cultural value. Without them, cultural values would not be protected and no one would be able to pass them down through generations.
The northern resort town of Sa Pa is preparing for a colourful festival week of culture and tourism from April 30 to May 5. Visitors will have a chance to explore the culture of the region, with the Festival of Clouds at Ham Rong Mountain , which will introduce the distinctive culture of the minority groups Mong, Dao and Tay.
According to travel agents in the province, the festival April 30 and May 01 of this year, prices of tours increase from 10 – 30% compared with normal days due to prices of services, accommodation, vehicle rental... highly increase.
The fifth edition of "Europe Days" in Vietnam starting late this month will put an emphasis on cultural diversity of the European Union, and also highlight its trade relations with Vietnam, according to the organization’s agenda.
The Victoria Hoi an beach resort and Spa is sponsoring the fourth annual Kite Competition on May 31 to promote local tourism and culture. As many as 130 participants from the cities of Hoi an Da nang and other provinces are expected to participate.
The head of the Travel Department under the Vietnam National Tourism Administration, Vu The Binh, said recently that caravan tours were becoming a trademark of Vietnam tourism.
Although the national holidays of April 30 and May 1 are still a few days away, resorts in the coastal region of Mui ne are almost full booked, promising another good travel season for resorts in the region.
A tropical climate does not offer much opportunity for the experience of sliding on layers of snow. However, grass-skiing can give 'skiers' a sense of what it feels like as they slide down green, grass-covered hills.

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