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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.
Those who wish to visit the splendid temples of Angkor can now shave an hour off the ride by using a bus service provide by the Saigon Passenger Transportation Company (Sapaco Tourist). The service, which runs daily between Ho chi minh city and Cambodia's Siem Reap, opened on Monday.
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?
With 34 paintings selected from his nearly 1,000 works, Ngo Thanh Nhan’s “Vietnam’s landscapes” exhibition brings the smart beauty of traditional lacquer to Hcm city audiences.
From now till the end of September is the "low season" for Vietnam's hospitality industry. Consequently a variety of special promotions have been launched for this season to attract tourists, especially in the Central and the South, where most of Vietnam's deluxe hotels and resorts are located.
Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations were overcrowded and dirty during the Reunification holiday this week, said tourists who complained of inflated prices and lousy services.
The restaurants and hotels of Saigontourist in Ho chi minh city will offer many culinary and entertainment programs during the coming Liberation Day and May Day (April 30-May 1) double holiday to serve local and foreign visitors.
Tours to the five European countries of France, Italy, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands will be launched from May 27 from Ho chi minh city by Saigontourist.
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
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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