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The first stage of the construction of Bai Dinh Pagoda has just been finished to mark the 2008 United Nations Day of Vesak (UNDV) with attendance of more than 2,000 pilgrims, Buddhist monks and nuns on May 17.
A tour of the city with stops at Notre Dame Cathedral, the Municipal Post Office, the War Remnants Museum, Cu Chi Tunnel, and the Can Gio Mangrove Forest is no longer enough for many visitors. “We have just met tourists’ needs only, and do not present what we have to foreign visitors yet,” said a tourism industry official.
With everything from fairground rides to cultural festivals, Malaysia’s City of Entertainment, Genting Highlands, certainly strives to live up to its reputation – and earlier this month, the star attraction was Vietnam
The first stage of the Viet nam Ethnic Culture and Tourism Village will begin operation in 2010 and the remaining stages will be completed by 2015.
A giant gemstone painting that depicts the beauty of Xuan Huong Lake in the central highland city of Da lat is being displayed at My Way Café on Hai Ba Trung Street.
The Belarus Ambassador to Viet nam has suggested the establishment of tourism representative offices in Minsk of the European nation and Viet Nam’s Da nang city to facilitate tours between the two countries.
Caravan tours are becoming a new brand of Viet nam tourism, the head of the Travel Department under the National Tourism Administration said recently.
On a stage littered with traditional Vietnamese paraphernalia including conical hats, bamboo objects and terra cotta pots, French and Vietnamese actors laugh and cry along with the fate of their characters.
Puppetry troupe to perform in Finland The Viet nam Puppetry Theatre is getting ready to tour Finland for five days from August 29.
Tay Son District in the central province of Binh Dinh is the hometown of Emperor Quang Trung, a hero of Viet nam in the 18th century.

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