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Eight national relic sites to be recognized
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism add that an additional eight historical, architectural and archaeological relics have been listed as national relic sites.
Viet Nam attends International Tourism Fair ITB Berlin 2015
(TITC) - On 3 March 2015, International Tourism Fair ITB 2015 was officially opened at CityCube Berlin Convention Centre (Berlin, Germany). German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier attended and had the opening speech, which highlights the role of tourism in promoting…
Con Son-Kiep Bac Festival 2015
The Con Son-Kiep Bac festival 2015 is being held in Hai Duong province. The event takes place from the 4th to 7th of the third lunar month.
Route connecting Sa Ky Port and Ly Son Island opened
The Ministry of Transport announced its plan to open a mixed river-sea route connecting the Sa Ky port and Ly Son Island in central Quang Ngai province on February 26.   
Deep Tourism Brand Development
“Viet Nam tourism has created a breakthrough. In Jan-Nov of 2014, the number of international visitors was estimated at over 7.2 million, an increase of 5.4 percent compared to the same period in 2013. The number confirmed that the quality…
The tranquil beauty of Co Chat Village
Nestled on the banks of the gentle Ninh River in Nam Dinh City, the village of Co Chat in Phuong Dinh commune, Truc Ninh district, is famous for its sericulture.
Cao Bang - top five beautiful treks in South East Asia
With stunning landscapes of mountain, caves, lakes and the impressive Ban Gioc water falls,  northern Cao Bang province ranks fifth among top five ideal destinations for trekking tourists, according to SkyScanner website.
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