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The central Khanh Hoa provincial People’s Committee in south central Vietnam met on July 31 to discuss the organisation of the 2009 Nha trang Sea Festival slated for June 6-14 next year.
A notice issued by the Government Office on July 30 said that the PM agreed to continue Việt Nam tourist promoting programs on the international television channel CNN.
Vietnam received more than 2.6 million international visitors in the first seven months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 10.6 percent, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
The first ever centre for preservation and introduction of Dong Ho folk paintings was inaugurated on July 25 in northern Bac ninh province.
Followed by successes of the conferences, after meeting high ranking officials of tourism sector at the ATF 2008, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Mr. Hoang Tuan Anh realized that foreign partners already set strong belief on a successful ATF 2009 in Vietnam
Located in the north of Lan Gioi Commune, Tan Yen District, Bac Giang Province is Tan Thanh or Da Ong Lake, an attractive and interesting destination.
With just a week to go before the Binh Dinh festival kicks off on August 1, the hometown of the legendary Emperor Quang Trung is agog.
A waterborne tour from Hoa lu old capital in Ninh binh to Chuong Duong wharf in Hanoi and vice versa is to be launched in September by Red River Tourism Development and Investment Firm.
Famous for its resorts that line the coast, Binh Thuan Province also is home to white sand dunes, groves of coconut trees, and vast fields of dragon fruit lining the roads near the popular resort town of Mui ne
one-day festival celebrating the fifth anniversary of Phong Nha-Ke Bang, a World Natural Heritage recognised by UNESCO, will be held in the evening on July 26 in Son Trach commune, Quang Binh province.

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