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VietNamNet Bridge – Fewer travellers are choosing to take the train these days, as the railway industry faces strong competition from more modern means of transportation, the Viet Nam Railway Corporation recently revealed.
Co To Islands off the central province of Quang Ninh have over the past two years become a popular destination to tourists who want an escape from the noise and pollution in cities.
VietNamNet Bridge – An Airbus 320 aircraft operated by Vietnam Airlines landed in Can Tho Airport yesterday morning as a test flight to prepare for regular operations on this route early next month.
VietNamNet Bridge – More than 1, 000 martial arts instructors from over 40 countries and over 500 Vietnamese instructors and athletes will take part in the International Festival for Vietnamese Traditional Martial Arts in Binh Dinh province from August 1-3, 2008.
VietNamNet Bridge – From mid-2008 to 2010, the Accor group will open 10 high-class hotels in Vietnam.
VietNamNet Bridge – National Highway 27 linking the two Central Highlands provinces of Lam Dong and Dak Lak will be expanded to link to Laos in late 2009, said the Director of the Lam Dong province Department of Tourism.


VietNamNet Bridge – The organisers of Festival Hue 2008 have inaugurated an information centre for tourists at 19 Le Loi street, Hue city.
VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City-based Sai Gon-Mang Den Joint stock Co put two resorts into operation in the National Mang Den Eco-tourism Zone, in central highland Kon Tum Province's Kon Plong District, as its first step towards a series of investment projects within the zone.

VietNamNet Bridge - With Bac Ha currently a work in progress, the most beautiful traditional market in the north of Vietnam is found in Can Cau.
VietNamNet Bridge – In response the lack of human resources in the tourism sector, the HCMC government has approved a quick-fix plan to develop the work force of the sector from now to the year-end.
VietNamNet Bridge - From 11am May 28, Jetstar Pacific Airlines officially offered 10, 000 air tickets at only VND 15, 000 a ticket (excluding tax and other additional fees) on its domestic flights
VietNamNet Bridge - After the sun goes down in Hoi An, the party continues for the night owls on the beach. Just remember to ask what colour you should be wearing, says Quoc Hai.
The tourist security is set up to protect travelers from robberies, guide travelers to cross roads or deal with travelers' requests for information. This kind of service has been introduced to HCMC since 2005.
Though there’s a lovely beach, people really come to Co Thach for the famous coloured stones
VietNamNet Bridge - The National Administration of Viet Nam Tourism is undertaking a massive staff training programme for tourist professionals across the Mekong River Delta this year.