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HCMC-based tour operator Ben Thanh Tourist has introduced a 15-day, 14-night tour of Xuan Thuy, Cuc Phuong or Nam Cat Tien national forests to cater to the needs of nature enthusiasts.
The number of those booking tours with Saigontourist Travel in the first six months of this year was eight times more than the number who did so in the equivalent period last year.
VNPT E-travel, a subsidiary of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group, has launched a website at to provide foreign tourists with information about cultural products, tourism services, festivals and beauty spots in Vietnam.
In 2010 the town of Muong Lay town will be at the bottom of a lake. Duc Hanh soaks up the valley’s extraordinary beauty while she can .
Vietnam should host even more food, fashion and food festivals to boost the tourism sector, a meeting in Hanoi has heard.
“Antigone Vietnam”, a joint product of the Central Tuong Theatre and France’s Monte-Charge Theatre, presented in Hcm city at the Hue Festival 2008 and in Hanoi on June 17, will attend the Avignon Festival in France in July 2008.
The Vietnamese traditional “ao dai” wore by Miss Vietnam has been selected as one of the ten best national dresses at the ongoing Miss Universe 2008 in Vietnam .
In the globalisation period, many countries consider tourism as one of their key economic sectors. There are various kinds of tourism: sport tourism, mountain tourism, adventurous tourism, ecological tourism. In Vietnam cultural tourism plays a key role in the sector.
The hilly city of Da lat welcomed almost 219,000 visitors in the first three weeks of this month, increasing by 12% on the year-earlier period, according to Da Lat statistics.
The young boatman joked as he guided me around Chau Doc, citing a common saying: That Son, bay nui nam ke. Khi di thi trang, khi ve den thui (Your fair skin will be sunburnt after you visit seven mountains).

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