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An exhibition displaying 104 ancient Cham artifacts from the south central province of Binh Dinh was opened yesterday at the Vietnam History Museum in Hanoi
According to travel agents, during this year’s Southern Liberation Day and May Day, the price of tours has increased by 20-25 percent due to the rise in transport costs and food even though the number of tourists has risen by 30 percent compared to last year.
Three ancient pagodas in the northern province of Ha tay including Xuyen Duong, Bach Nao and Hoang Trung, have been recognized as national cultural historical relic sites by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for their specific values of architecture, history and culture.
The Ha long tourism Week 2008 will kick off April 24 in Quang Ninh Province. This year’s festival is expected to attract more than 150,000 tourists.
Central Vietnam is emerging as an attractive investment destination with a series of million-USD projects currently underway or slated for construction.
A new exhibition at the Viet nam Fine Arts Museum in the capital contrasts the work of artists from different countries in the region in an effort to boost cross-cultural understanding and co-operation
Sa Pa to host holiday tourism festival. Pilgrimage tours to celebrate Vesak. Hoi An hosts annual kite competition. Caravan tours grow in popularity. Ha Long greets 3,200 cruise passengers. Mui Ne prepares for Liberation Day.
Increasing numbers of travellers, foreign and domestic, are seeking to conquer Mt Fansipan, the highest peak in Vietnam popularly known as the "Roof of Indochina".
An exhibition featuring 104 ancient artifacts of the Champa culture in the south central coastal province of Binh Dinh opened at the Vietnam History Museum in Hanoi on April 25.
Artisans play an important role in preserving national cultural value. Without them, cultural values would not be protected and no one would be able to pass them down through generations.

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