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The Mekong River Delta city of Can tho is preparing for a festival complete with flower garlands and coloured lanterns at Ninh Kieu Wharf to celebrate Liberation Day on April 30.
High-quality rail vehicles called Golden Trains were put into operation on Monday on the Hcm City-Quy Nhon Town route, serving as the country’s most luxurious trains and run on alternate days.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan has urged the tourism sector to work out measures to restore and develop its operations in Japanese and Korean markets.
Tours to the five European countries of France, Italy, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands will be launched from May 27 from Ho chi minh city by Saigontourist.
The Chief of the executive board of the US Rass Trading Corp., Hoang Kieu, donated over VND7 billion to a charity fund to help poor families in the south central province of Khanh Hoa and other localities as part of a special concert.
On April 16th, Thai Nguyen provincial museum invited Prof. Hoang Van Khoan, from the Cultural Heritage Department under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and representatives from relevant agencies in the province to assess an ancient bronze drum.
The Korean-based operator Asiana Airlines is scheduled to begin service between Seoul and Danang in July.
So far, 10.8 billion USD has been injected in hotel construction and tourism business by foreign-invested businesses, accounting for more than 10 percent of the total registered FDI capital in Vietnam Tourism.
Indonesian Airline Lion Air has resumed service to Hcm city after a three-year suspension of the low-fare carrier's flights in Vietnam
The Vietnamese government permitted Tien Phong Newspaper and the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) to host Miss Asia 2008 pageant but the hosts have withdrawn from this project.

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