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A photo exhibition of the nation’s historical revolutionary sites opened at the Vietnam Revolution Museum in Hanoi on April 23.
355 projects of provinces and cities with tourism potential like Lao cai Thua Thien-Hue, Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan, Quang Nam (Hoi An), An Giang, Kien Giang, Ho chi minh city were introduced to major global investors and international funding groups at a conference and exhibition called Vietnam Tourism and Properties Opportunities.
The number of tourists travelling to Ha long rose by 60 per cent in the first quarter of 2008 against that of 2007, said officials at a conference to review the campaign to vote for Ha Long as a world natural wonder held on April 23 in Quang Ninh.
The detailed tourism plans for Phu quoc Island off southern Kien Giang Province will be ready in October, which will then facilitate the development of tourism projects there, a provincial official said.
Travelers will soon have a chance to explore a typical daily life of the Hanoi’s citizens through an event called "Thang Long-Hanoi craft village, craft street tourism week".
A collection of close to 1,000 unique artifacts from the holy land of Cat Tien in Central Highlands Lam Dong province are currently on show in Ho chi minh city .
The Europe Days in Viet nam 2008, featuring a series of economic events, sports and cultural activities, will be held in Ha noi and Ho chi minh city in May.
Charlene Brown’s hand-made postcards feature water-colour landscapes throughout the world, including Vietnamese scenic spots.
Unilever Vietnam yesterday opened a five-star professional kitchen that aims to Train chefs and aspiring gourmands.
After the Cherry Blossom Festival, which attracted more than 10,000 visitors in Hanoi early this month, a series of Japanese cultural events will be held in the capital city from early May to the end of September to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic relations (1973-2008).

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