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A seven-star hotel, expected to be one of the world’s biggest hotels, will be built in Ha noi by Israel’s El-Ad Group.
Miss Venezuela Dayana Mendoza, 22, won the Miss Universe contest held in Nha trang city of Viet nam Monday, contest presenter and US talk show hosts Jerry Springer and Mel B announced in the morning.
Turkish Airlines opened its Viet nam representative office in Ha noi Monday and named the Huong Giang Aviation Service Company as its general agent in the country.
Ten leading Vietnamese hotels and travel companies with most number of international tourists were presented with the Top Ten prize by the Viet nam Tourism Department and the Viet nam Tourism Association on Sunday.
Calligraphy is considered to be a classic art form pursued by adults, but the fact that nearly 1,000 young students are studying it in Hanoi belies the claim.
Tran Vuong Thach spent 14 years as a violinist before rising to the rank of the youngest orchestra conductor 10 years ago and receiving a Meritorious Artist Title last year.
Con Moong Cave, in Thanh Hoa Province, hopes to follow in the footsteps of Ha long bay and the ancient town of Hoi an by being awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.
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).
The Mekong Delta is a major rice granary where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea through a network of distributaries. As all deltas, it receives the bounty of silt from the upper Mekong, and as such is a very rich and lush area, covered with rice fields. It is the place for timeless sceneries of farmers planting or harvesting rice.

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