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Phu Tho — An incense offering ceremony was held in the northern province of Phu Tho to honour the legendary Hung Kings yesterday, the 10th day of the third lunar month.
Vietnam airlines Pacific Airlines and many other foreign air carriers have petitioned the Civil Aviation Agency of Vietnam (CAAV), the Ministries of Transport and Finance about the overly high airport service fees, which are ‘unbearable’ for airlines.
The Philippine air carrier Cebu Pacific on Friday inaugurated Flights to vietnam to capitalize on the increasing air travel between the two countries, while several other carriers will also launch air service to Vietnam this week.
Mekong Delta - The national tourism year 2008, currently taking place in the Mekong Delta region with various activities throughout the year, is moving toward an important time mark, that is the Liberation Day (April 30).
Tourists travelling this April 30 holiday will have to pay 10-15% more for domestic tours and $30-70 more for outbound tours due to high inflation, travel firms say.
Ha tay - The northern Ha Tay province has completed restoration of Boi Khe Pagoda, one of the oldest wooden pagodas in the country.
Thua Thien-Hue – The Hue Monuments Conservation Centre has carried out a series of restoration projects on the imperial citadel to prepare for the upcoming Hue Festival 2008.
A wine exhibition next Thursday will introduce a variety of Spanish wines, the Spanish Economic and Commercial Office in Hcm city has said.
A sculpture contest featuring Hoi an ancient town, a world heritage site, is officially launched from now until August, announced the People’s Committee of Hoi An Town.
The Ha long bay on April 15 welcomed the five-star SuperStar Virgo cruise liner with 3,200 tourists and crews aboard on their first visit to Ha Long Bay in northern Quang Ninh province.

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