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Viva Macau, Macau’s international low-fare Airline on Monday started a promotion program for travelers flying from Ho chi minh city to Macau for US$20 one way.
He used to be a film producer and a student of the famous film director Martin Scorsese, but Gerald Herman choose Vietnam to be his living and working place for the past 15 years.
Vietnam will, for the first time, take part together with 25 other countries in the Brest Sea Festival 2008, to be held in France from July 11thto 17th.
Travel companies in Viet nam can learn much from their Thai counterparts, particularly in organising conferences and tourism promotion, according to an official with the Viet Nam Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
Da nang is the third largest city in Viet nam after Ho chi minh city and Ha noi and it is the largest in the Central region. It has an area of 1,300 square kilometers and a population of 1 million. The city’s Hoang Sa district is an archipelago consisting of 18 islands.
Victoria Hotels & Resorts, which is styled after a traditional fishing village, will offer special bonuses for summer vacationers on the pristine white sand beach in the ancient town of Hoi an close to Danang International Airport.
Hue Festival 2008 features the participation of 70 programmes of 60 art troupes from 23 countries. This year’s festival has a very impressive opening featuring the theme World Heritage with Integration and Development.
With Bac Ha currently a work in progress, the most beautiful traditional market in the north of Vietnam is found in Can Cau .
An agreement between Vietnam and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay to exempt visas for people with diplomatic and official passports will be valid starting June 15, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Consulate Department.
The art house at 31A Van Mieu in Hanoi will organize an exhibition entitled “Memory of Long Bien Bridge, past and present” in mid-June to mark the 105th anniversary of the bridge.

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