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VNAT promotes Viet Nam tourism in St. Petersburg
In the framework of "Vietnam Culture Days in Russia", following the roadshow in Moscow, VNAT organized the roadshow promoting Viet Nam tourism in St. Petersburg on 27 Jun 2014.

Vietnamese cultural festival featured in Germany
Thousands of Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) and international friends from over 54 countries around the globe gathered at a recent Vietnamese cultural festival in Frankfurt, Germany.

Ninh Binh City to become regional cultural-historical centre
The upgrading of Ninh Binh City to the second grade creates more favourable conditions for the city to develop into a cultural-historical centre of the Red River Delta, according to Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai.

Panorama of Trang An - Bai Dinh World Cultural and Natural Heritage
The Trang An Tourism Complex in northern Ninh Binh Province has been declared a World Culture and Nature Heritage site by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organsiation (UNESCO). It is the first world site in the country combining both natural and cultural aspects.

Investment in hotels on Phu Quoc Island reap high profits
A recent study by CBRE showed that the luxury hotel market in Phu Quoc Island in Kien Giang Province has had a more impressive performance than other major tourist cities in Vietnam such as Phan Thiet, Nha Trang, Vung Tau, Da Nang, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

International visitors to Viet Nam in the first 6 months of 2014 increases 21.11%
According to the General Statistics Office, international visitors to Viet Nam in the first 6 months of 2014 estimated 4,287,885 arrivals, increasing 21.11% over the same period last year.

Workshop fosters UNESCO-recognised Giong festival’s values
A workshop gather in Hanoi on June 23 to discuss the preservation of cultural values of the Giong festival and promote the festival-based sustainable tourism development.

Vietnam aims to develop sea tourism
Vietnam's coastal destinations have lured more and more tourists and created competitive advantage for sea tourism.

The community of Vietnamese ethnic groups lead up to sea, islands, borders and national sovereignty
On 28 and 29 June 2014, the traditional festival on sea, islands, borders and national sovereignty of the community of Vietnamese ethnic groups will take place in Vietnamese Ethnic Groups’ Culture – Tourism Village (Dong Mo, Son Tay Town, Ha Noi) to strengthen the great national unity and express the voice of the community of Vietnamese ethnic groups about sea and islands sovereignty.

Mountain mausoleum blends nature with cultural history
A royal mausoleum on a Hue mountaintop is unique because the original architects built no walls or fences to protect it.

Japan slackens tourism visa rules for Viet Nam
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan on June 17 announced that it will loosen tourism visa rules for four Asian countries, including Viet Nam, to double international tourist arrivals to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Ben Tre to host Coconut Festival next year
The 4th Coconut Festival will be held from April 7 to 13 next year in Ben Tre to promote and showcase the province's as well as Viet Nam's coconut industry and products.

More tourists switch from Thailand to Vietnam: CBRE
The political unrest in Thailand is one major reason causing tourists to change their destination to Vietnam, said Asia Pacific experts of CB Richard Ellis (CBRE).

Culture Days showcase Vietnam traditions in Russia
The Vietnamese Culture Days event will take place in Russia from June 24 to July 2, according to a recent decision made by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Traditional music as tourism bait
A proposal to use UNESCO-recognised Don ca tai tu music to attract tourists has given rise to conflicting opinions, with some veteran musicians warning that commercialisation could devalue a cultural heritage.

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