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Long Bien Festival 2010 - expat’s gift to Hanoi
Following the success of the Memories of Long Bien Bridge Festival 2009, Nguyen Nga, an overseas Vietnamese living in France, is busy completing her final preparations for the Long Bien Festival 2010 to mark the 1,000th birthday of Thang Long-Hanoi.
Vietnam welcomes more foreign tourists by sea
Saigontourist welcomed 2,100 tourists aboard the Costa Romantica cruise liner which anchored at the Navi Oil port, Ho Chi Minh City, on June 1.
“Vietnam Week” kicks off in Mexico
The “Vietnam Week” and a photo exhibition on Vietnam kicked off in Mexico on May 25 as part of activities to mark 35 years of Vietnam-Mexico diplomatic ties.
31km-long cave discovered in central Vietnam
The Thien Duong Cave in Bo Trach District in Quang Binh Province has recently been found to be 31km long, a new record for the country.
Photo contest on Thang Long-Hanoi launched
A photo contest under the theme “A moment of Thang Long” has been launched to mark the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.
Ponagar Festival opens in Khanh Hoa
The Goddess Ponagar Festival 2010 opened in Nha Trang City of the central province of Khanh Hoa on May 5 or the 22nd day of the third lunar month, attracting more than 5,000 pilgrims of 100 delegations from surrounding provinces. At the opening ceremony, various traditional dances of Cham people were performed to honour the beauty of the Cham culture.
Up to highlands, getting lost in nature
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.
Buddhist prayer woodblocks submitted for UNESCO recognition
The northern province of Bac Giang is working with several state agencies to put forward a case for the treasure of Buddhist prayer woodblocks in Vinh Nghiem Pagoda to be recognised by UNESCO as a World Documentary Heritage. The Truc Lam Buddhist Zen prayer woodblocks in the pagoda are now seen as culturally priceless as the 3,050 separate woodblocks were carved during the late 19th century to early 20th century.
Hoi An marks liberation day by culture, tourism events
A week of culture and tourism events will take place in the central ancient city of Hoi An from March 21 to 28 to welcome the 35th anniversary of the city liberation (March 28, 1975).
Tourism promotion campaign of “Vietnam – Your Destination”
Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) submitted to Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism a draft of tourism promotion campaign called “Vietnam – Your Destination” to woo both domestic and international tourists after the success of “Impressive Vietnam” campaign.

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