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A series of art performances marked the opening ceremony of the nine-day Hue Festival at Ngo Mon (Noon Gate) Square last night.
As the summer starts to settle in, Aaron Joel Santos takes a stroll south of the Old Quarter to satisfy an overwhelming craving for ice cream.
Work began last Saturday on Vietnam's largest tourism venture to date, the Ho Tram Strip in the coastal province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, which is being developed at a cost of about US$4.2bil.
Quang Nam Province is determined to become a major tourist destination in the central region and Vietnam aiming at VND4.6tril (US$288mil) in revenue from tourism annually by 2015.
A new television channel featuring entertainment and advertising programmes called RailTV is now being broadcast on Viet nam railways.
As summer approaches, tourists hear the call of the sea and the sandy beaches. Viet nam has a coastline more than 3,000 km, providing an excellent location for scuba diving and relaxing.
Though there’s a lovely beach, people really come to Co Thach for the famous coloured stones
On Monday, the cruise ship Costa Allegra arrived from Australia to dock in Sai gon while SuperStar Gemini from Europe docked in Da nang The two ships carry a total of 2,500 passengers.
Hcm City-based Sai Gon-Mang Den Joint stock Co put two resorts into operation in the National Mang Den Eco-tourism Zone, in central highland Kon Tum Province's Kon Plong District, as its first step towards a series of investment projects within the zone.
The director of HCM City’s Tourism Department, Dong Thi Kim Vui, spoke with Sai gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon) newspaper about its plans to develop the hospitality industry.

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