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For a long time, the cultural value of Vietnam’s ancient villages seems to have fallen into oblivion. Vietnam is considering restoring their cultural value in order to build up more attractive tourism products; however, the work proves to be not so easy.
The newly opened international golf course by Mong Cai beach, the northern province of Quang Ninh has attracted a lot of visitors.
A series of cultural and intellectual events called “Europe Days” will kick-off on April 29 with a photo exhibition depicting Hanoi and Hanoians undergoing great changes.
The annual Ha long Carnival, themed “Ha Long Bay – one of the world’s natural wonders” this year, opens later this month.
Viet nam sharing borders as it does with China (to the north) and Laos and Cambodia (to the west), has long been influenced by other cultures. Most obvious of all are the influences of the Chinese and the French.
Pearl of Asia Development Corp, from Trustee Suisse Group has made out a plan to build a resort complex in the northwestern strip of Phu quoc Island worth about 6 billion Euro occupying a 3,200 ha of land.
An Dinh Palace in the former imperial city of Hue re-opened to the public on April 22 following the complete restoration of its wall paintings and decorations.
Foreign tourists visiting Vietnam by sea in the first quarter increased by 17.6 percent against the same period last year and the number is expected to rise by 30 percent this year, said Mr. Vu The Binh, Head of the Travel Department.
The country will take part in seven more international tourism fairs this year to advertise potential tourism products and attract more foreign tourists, said the Vietnam National Tourism Administration (VNTA).
More and more foreigners have been lured by hand-embroidered portraits by artisans of Ha Tay’s famous craft villages of Quat Dong, Thang Loi and Tu Van.

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