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The Ocean Dunes Golf Club (GC) in the central coastal city of Phan thiet will host a leg of the first golf tournament series in Asia, named after the six-time major tournament winner Nick Faldo, in September this year.
The Government has approved a master zoning plan to expand and develop the existing Noi Bai International Airport into a big airport able to handle bigger aircraft and more Air passengers in the coming years.
Though there’s a lovely beach, people really come to Co Thach for the famous coloured stones
The Camping Asia 2008 (TCA 08) and Hotel Expo 2008 were held in Hanoi on May 21 by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism under the sponsorship and direction of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The Hcm city Television Station (HTV) will send cameramen abroad to seek the vestiges of three Vietnamese Kings, Ham Nghi, Thanh Thai and Duy tan in a 60-episode chronicle film entitled “Seek the traces of three kings”.
The Ministry of Finance decided to lower the import tariff on fuel for Airlines in a move to help domestic carriers ride out the tough time when the world's price of crude oil has amounted to new levels.
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.
PANO – The Centre of Vietnamese Traditional Music under the Research Centre for Preservation and Promotion of Vietnamese Traditional Music debuted on May 19.
On the occasion of the United Nations Vesak Celebrations 2008, Linh Phuoc pagoda in the resort city of Da lat Lam Dong province was added to the Vietnam Record Book as the pagoda with the highest bell tower in Vietnam.
Ninh binh province is home to ancient temples and stunning natural landscapes where you can float amongst the watery valleys, says Duc Hanh

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