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An exhibition at Lotus Gallery in Ho chi minh city brings the country’s traditional art of lacquer alive, combining contemporary and traditional values.
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.
Lang Co is a quiet but breathtaking beach that so far has avoided the tourist boom, but for how long can this beach stay off the beaten track?
Photographer Duong Quoc Dinh won first prize at the Giuliano Carrara International Photographic Competition in Italy.
Artisan Nguyen Than has created an unique artwork made from a tree-trunk featuring President Ho chi minh
Hanoians will have an opportunity to share in the very best of European gastronomic culture at the 3rd annual European Food Festival which will take place on May 24, from 5pm at the National Library of Vietnam
When AirAsia announced the launch of direct services from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok to HCMC and vice versa last month, a fact in the opening ceremony that was less noticed was that the budget carrier counted on its staff in all to organize the event.
There is a program called 'Rice Landlord' for tourists visiting the My Khanh Eco-Tourist Site located at My Khanh Commune, Phong Dien District in the Mekong City of Can tho
As the finals of Miss Tourism Vietnam pageant are too close to Miss Universe 2008 contest, Miss Tourism will not be crowned until July 26, 2008, two weeks later than the initial date.
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.

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