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Ten leading Vietnamese hotels and travel companies with most number of international tourists were presented with the Top Ten prize by the Viet nam Tourism Department and the Viet nam Tourism Association on Sunday.
Memories of Long Bien Bridge of several generations of Hanoians, the historical and cultural values of this over-one-century-old bridge will be showcased at an upcoming festival named “Long Bien memories”.
Three Vietnamese artworks will be among the 34 entries in this year’s inaugural Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Foundation Signature Art Prize – the most prestigious award in the region.
A special programme named “Discovering Malaysia in Vietnam” will be launched on July 21 by the Malaysian Tourism Promotion Board to introduce the beauty of the country to Vietnamese people.
The traditional tuong (Vietnamese classical opera) festival will be organised from July 25-30 in Binh Dinh central province with the participation of seven theatres with eight plays.
Calligraphy is considered to be a classic art form pursued by adults, but the fact that nearly 1,000 young students are studying it in Hanoi belies the claim.
Vietnamese Cultural Days in Russia will be organised from September 13-20 in Moscow and St Petersburg with various activities, ranging from exhibitions to movie shows, and culinary festivals.
Tourism Malaysia is teaming up with Airlines and travel firms over new packages to draw more Vietnamese to that country, as part of a major campaign that Secretary General Ong Hong Peng from the country's tourism ministry announced last Friday.
The feats of the Vietnamese army’s engineers during wartime are showcased in a little known museum in the capital city .
The first stage of the Vietnam Ethnic Culture and Tourism Village will begin operation in 2010 and the remaining stages will be completed by 2015.

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