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“Mekong Delta can be seen as one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Asia with beautiful natural landscapes, but it may soon lose this advantage due to rapid infrastructure development.
The Nghinh Ong Festival, also known as the Guan Kung Greeting Celebration, will kick off in Phan thiet city of southern Binh Thuan province on August 19. The three-day festival will commemorate a Chinese general and warrior-saint honoured by the Hoa (Chinese Vietnamese) community.
Local people in northern mountainous Son La province have discovered several beautiful caves in limestone mountains in Moc Chau district.
Some helicopters of the Northern Air Service Corporation carried some tourists stuck in the tourism town of Sapa Lao cai province due to floods to Hanoi on August 11. Each traveller had to pay around $1,000 to go back to Hanoi.
Kite flying is a simple and captivating hobby which has a long standing tradition in Vietnam
The national flag carrier Vietnam airlines will launch on August 12 its direct service from Hanoi to Nagoya township of Chubu , the third biggest economic hub of Japan , announced the carrier.
The Northern Service Flight Company (NSFC) and Royal International Joint Stock Company launched air-taxi service in Ha long city Quang Ninh province this morning.
Two agreements on tertiary education cooperation between Vietnamese and Swiss universities were signed in Hanoi on August 5 in the presence of visiting Swiss President Pascal Couchepin and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan.
Hanoi has finalized documentations on the Thang Long royal citadel, which will be submitted to UNESCO for considering as a world cultural heritage.
Wining over 36 contestants, Phan Thi Ngoc Diem was crowned 2008 Miss Vietnam Tourism on the final night of a beauty pageant, which took place at Phan Dinh Phung Competition House in Ho chi minh city on August 2.

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