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Toyota Concert Tour Vietnam 2008 will kick off at 8pm on June 9 at the Hanoi Opera House, followed by Hai phong Da nang Nha trang and Ho chi minh city
A Week of US Films will be held from June 9-14 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in cooperation with the US academy of cinematic science and art.
A series of art performances marked the opening ceremony of the nine-day Hue Festival at Ngo Mon (Noon Gate) Square last night.
The Vietnam Musical Institute has just carried out a project to investigate ca tru cultural heritage. On this occasion, a reporter from Nhan Dan Newspaper interviewed Prof. Le Van Toan, deputy head of the Vietnam National Musical Institute, about problems relating to ca tru.
Redevelopments in Bac Ha town in Northern Vietnam have currently left the town in an unattractive state, discovers Duc Hanh
Hundreds of domestic and foreign tourists have flocked to Cua dai beach in the central province of Quang Nam on May 31 to enjoy a special kite performance.
Ho chi minh city will focus on promoting its tourism globally in the next two years, the People’s Committee has said.
American billionaire Richard Andrew spent US$1 million for a wedding which took place at the Nam Hai Resort in hoi an on May 24-29.
International arrivals in Vietnam rose 16.6 percent to 2.1 million in the first five months of the year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) said. Chinese visitors continue to take the lead with 352,000 arrivals, rising by 54 percent, followed by 114,000 Philipinos, up by 42 percent. Thailand ranks third with 87,600 visitors, up by 32 percent.
For a long time, Quang ngai people have called Tra Bong and Tay Tra the land of cinnamon. Tourists going to these areas not only go sightseeing in the vast cinnamon forests but also visit Truong Ba temple, a unique historical and cultural vestige where religions of the Viet, the Cor and Cham etc intertwine.

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