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Ho chi minh city has 16 construction projects to build three- to five-star hotels with a total of 4,000 additional luxury rooms, including 3,730 new and 960 upgraded accommodations by 2012, according to the Department of Tourism.
Viva Macau, Macau’s international low-fare Airline on Monday started a promotion program for travelers flying from Ho chi minh city to Macau for US$20 one way.
He used to be a film producer and a student of the famous film director Martin Scorsese, but Gerald Herman choose Vietnam to be his living and working place for the past 15 years.
Vietnam will, for the first time, take part together with 25 other countries in the Brest Sea Festival 2008, to be held in France from July 11thto 17th.
A four-day caravan entitled “Discovering South Central Coast's destinations” that travels across Binh Thuan, Ninh Thuan and Lam Dong starts today till June 15. The trip is aimed at promoting the three provincial destinations of the South Central Coast.
Around 40 kilometers northeastern away from Phan Rang - Cham Temple Town is Vinh Hy Bay, one of the most beautiful natural landscapes of Ninh Thuan Province.
A cavalcade of 60 cars arrived in central Binh Thuan Province on June 12 to promote tourism in the province and call for investment in the sector.
Travel companies in Viet nam can learn much from their Thai counterparts, particularly in organising conferences and tourism promotion, according to an official with the Viet Nam Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
National Road 27, which links the two highland provinces Lam Dong and Dak Lak, will be upgraded into an overland tourist road from Da lat to Laos and Thailand by the end of 2009, said Mr. Hua Van Tuan, director of the Lam Dong Provincial Department of Transport.
Da nang is the third largest city in Viet nam after Ho chi minh city and Ha noi and it is the largest in the Central region. It has an area of 1,300 square kilometers and a population of 1 million. The city’s Hoang Sa district is an archipelago consisting of 18 islands.

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