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The United States-based Emerging Market Group wants to set up a multi-billion-dollar tourism project in northern Quang Ninh province.
Over 40 foreign art troupes from 31 countries of five continents will participate in Hue Festival 2010 in the central province of Thua Thien - Hue from June 5-13 with the theme “Cultural Heritage with Integration and Development” towards the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi, the 50th anniversary of sister cities of Hanoi – Hue – Saigon.
A friendship exchange programme was held in Hanoi on April 10 to mark the traditional Lunar New Years of Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar and the success of the 16th ASEAN Summit.
Over 40 foreign art troupes from 31 countries of five continents will participate in Hue Festival 2010 in the central province of Thua Thien - Hue from June 5-13 with the theme “Cultural Heritage with Integration and Development” towards the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi, the 50th anniversary of sister cities of Hanoi – Hue – Saigon.
Hanoi’s Quang Ba Flower Market is known for its variety of flowers and is attracting a large number of customers as well as tourists who admire the diversity of flowers and take photos.
Vietnam and Cambodia are planning to work together more closely to increase the number of tourist arrivals in both countries, experts have said. The numbers of cruise ship travellers who visit the Angkor Wat complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia after visiting Vietnam are very high, according to Le Dinh Tuan, Chairman of the director board of Viet Excursions, which provides land tours for cruise guests.
As early as winter 2010, Air France will launch non-stop service between HCMC and Paris three times a week using Boeing 747-400s, then Boeing 777-300ERs, the carrier said in a statement on its website.
Vietnam’s Quan Ho (love duets) and Ca Tru (ceremonial singing) folk songs will be officially recognized by UNESCO as intangible cultural heritages at the Bac Ninh Festival 2010 due to open on April 19, 2010.
The Japan-Vietnam Culture Exchange Centre in Vietnam will organise a series of activities between May and October to introduce Japanese culture as well as boost culture exchange with Vietnam
A week-long cultural festival will be held in Sapa, one of Vietnam’s top holiday and relaxation destinations, from April 30 to May 4, in an effort to increase the northern mountainous area’s tourism potential.
On the occasion of inaugurating the Can Tho Bridge, South East Asia’s longest cable-stayed bridge, Saigontourist has launched a new cluster of tours to explore the Mekong Delta.
An exhibition called “Balgo: Contemporary Australian Art from the Balgo Hills” will open at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Hanoi on April 17. The event is a part of a program organized by the Australian Embassy called once in 1, 000 years: An Australian Gift to Hanoi.
Danang will host its second Craft Village Festival from May 19-23, attracting more than 100 fine arts and handicraft stands from 60 traditional craft villages across the country. All the proceeds from the event will be used to support craft villages that find themselves in difficulty to maintain and develop their crafts.
Vietnam’s first-ever national fruit festival got underway in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang on April 19. Special fruits from all over the country, equipment for growing fruit and advanced technologies for agriculture are all on display.
In the summer, going to the highlands must be an ideal option for tourists to getting closer to nature and escape from the hot and muggy of the tropical summer in HCMC. Visiting magnificent waterfalls, poetic vegetable and flower gardens and strolling around endless pine hills will be nice experiences in Dalat, the city in mist and pine trees.
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