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Hanoi – The rising cost of travel hasn’t deterred people from making plans for the long weekend that accompanies Vietnam unification Day (April 30) and Labour Day (May 1), even with prices jumping 20 to 50 percent over the holiday, according to domestic tourist agencies.
Pearl of Asia Development Corp, a subsidiary of the Trustee Suisse group, has unveiled plans to build a super-luxury retreat with leisure, entertainment, and business facilities on Phu quoc Island.
The Vietnam Railways Corporation has given the organizing board of the Hue Festival 2008 official permission to promote the cultural event on its Trains
Draft regulations to allow foreigners to tour through Vietnam in their own vehicles is hoped to open new opportunities for the development of caravan tourism in the country.
“Vietnam is determined to implement policies to encourage investment in tourism,” affirmed an official of the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MoPI). At a two-day seminar on tourism estate investment opportunities that opened on April 17 in Hcm City
Meritorious Artist Hong Van, director of Phu Nhuan Stage in Ho chi minh city is planning to introduce Vietnamese plays in English to foreigners.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism held a press conference in Hanoi on April 17 to announce tourism events in 2008 and the results of the tourism sector’s operations in the first quarter of this year.
Some 350 tourism property projects by 20 companies from twelve provinces and cities nationwide will be displayed at the Vietnam Tourism Property Opportunities Conference and Exhibition that kicks off today at the New World Hotel saigon
“A Chilean week in Vietnam” will be held by the Chilean Foreign Ministry’s Trade Commission (ProChile) in Ho chi minh city from April 16-19.
It’s Chilean Week with lots of food, music, dance and business talk at the Sheraton in Ho chi minh city all this week.

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