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The Hcm city Television Station (HTV) will send cameramen abroad to seek the vestiges of three Vietnamese Kings, Ham Nghi, Thanh Thai and Duy tan in a 60-episode chronicle film entitled “Seek the traces of three kings”.
On Monday, the cruise ship Costa Allegra arrived from Australia to dock in Sai gon while SuperStar Gemini from Europe docked in Da nang The two ships carry a total of 2,500 passengers.
The director of HCM City’s Tourism Department, Dong Thi Kim Vui, spoke with Sai gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon) newspaper about its plans to develop the hospitality industry.
The Hanoi Railway Transportation Company will put into operation a pair of Trains from Hanoi to Hue and vice versa to serve tourists during the Festival Hue and summer 2008.
A total sum of 10 billion VND has so far been committed to fund the upcoming biannual Hue festival in central Thua Thien-Hue province, said the Hue Festival Centre Director Nguyen Duy Hien.
The first stage of the construction of Bai Dinh Pagoda has just been finished to mark the 2008 United Nations Day of Vesak (UNDV) with attendance of more than 2,000 pilgrims, Buddhist monks and nuns on May 17.
Lang Co is a quiet but breathtaking beach that so far has avoided the tourist boom, but for how long can this beach stay off the beaten track?
Hue Restores Pottery Village for Festival The ancient pottery village of Phuoc Tich in Phong Hoa commune, Thua Thien-Hue Province will be renovated for Hue Festival 2008, which will take place from June 3 to June 11.
When AirAsia announced the launch of direct services from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok to HCMC and vice versa last month, a fact in the opening ceremony that was less noticed was that the budget carrier counted on its staff in all to organize the event.
AirAsia’s on May 13 announced that it is offering free seats including the routes serviced by its long haul low-cost affiliate, AirAsia X.

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