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ASEAN countries increase cultural links
Culture has been the major bridge connecting countries in the Association of South East Asia Nations (ASEAN), so the cooperation framework for culture should be strengthened, said Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh.
Boosting linking for development of Mekong Delta’s tourism products
(TITC) – On 26th March 2014, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) held a workshop on “Linking for development of Mekong Delta’s typical tourism products” in Can Tho City.
Three-wheelers help Ly Son lure more tourists
Visitors to Ly Son Island in the central province of Quang Ngai can now enjoy the beauty of the land from a different perspective, thanks to a new service run by local residents. 
USAID funds the program of conserving Ha Long Bay
(TITC) - On 15th April, in Hanoi, US Embassy in collaboration with Quang Ninh People’s Committe held a ceremony to announce Ha Long Bay Alliance – An initiative for the protection and conservation of Ha Long Bay funded by US…
Solutions to develop sustainable tourism
(TITC) – According to Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan – General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, during the last two decades, Vietnam tourism has strongly grown; representing an impressive annual growth of 12%; contributing to developing national economy,…
Idyllic Thung Nham mangroves offer bird watching paradise
At dusk, we take a boat to the mangrove forests of Thung Nham Bird Park and wait for the flocks to return to their nests after a hard working day. Silently, we hide the boats under the trees as the…
Viet Nam: Con Dao park gets World Ramsar site status
According to the Ramsar Convention, the picturesque Con Dao National Park in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau has been internationally recognised as a new wetland Ramsar site.
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