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An impressive Ly ngua o (a Southern Vietnamese folk song) concert closed the 2nd Asian Zither Festival in Ho chi minh city on September 4.
Local travellers are still packing their suitcases during the year-end tourist season, despite difficult economic times, according to industry insiders.
A collection of twenty paintings entitled “Lotus Ponds” by Japanese artist Kato Shojiro is on displayed at a two-week exhibition organized at Tu Do Gallery in District 1.
When you arrive at Nhat Thong restaurant on Tong Dan street in Hanoi the doors swing open as if they have been expecting you. As step inside a waitress clad in a golden ao dai greets us with a wide smile before guiding us to our table through the resplendent surroundings.
HCMC has revised up a revenue target for the tourism industry from VND35 trillion to VND46 trillion (US$2.78 billion) by 2010.
2,289,287 was the number of international visitors coming to Vietnam in the first six months of 2008, up by 8.1 per cent year on year, according to the General Department of Tourism.
Hcm city wants to see its tourism revenue reach VND46 trillion (US$2.78 billion) by 2010, double the figure of last year. It hopes to do this by pursuing its tourism development scheme approved by the city’s People’s Committee.
Vietnam will host the annual United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Asia-Pacific Conference on Metropolitan Tourism in 2009.
Thua Thien-Hue Province and the Hue Relic Preservation Center awarded the Friendship Order to Dr. Nakagawa Takeshi, a Japanese professor, on the occasion of the Hue Festival.
The upcoming biannual Hue festival in central Thua Thien-Hue province will offer new and exciting performances of high professional and artistic quality, in an effort to live up to title of being Vietnam’s ‘Festival City’.
Ben Thanh market is a symbol of Ho chi minh city in the mind of local residents and the eyes of foreign tourists, says Hong Nhung and Van Anh
Visitors to the fifth International Sculpture Camp, which is being held in Thuan An town, Phu Van district, central Thua Thien-Hue province have been impressed with the unique and friendly atmosphere.
An exhibition featuring art by Cuban painter, drawer and illustrator Nelson Domínguez is being held at the Ho chi minh city Museum on 65 Ly Tu Trong Street in District 1.
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