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Noi Bai airport welcomes 12 millionth passenger
A ceremony to welcome the 12 millionth passenger to Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi was held on December 5.

Thua Thien-Hue opens Tourism and Festival Information Centre
The Hue Festival Centre, in association with the Thua Thien-Hue Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, has inaugurated the Tourism and Festival Information Centre at 17 Le Loi street.

Da Nang focuses on foreign tourism markets
The central coastal city of Da Nang strives to attract 3.6 million tourist arrivals in 2014, a year-on-year rise of 15 percent. This is expected to bring the city more than VND8.82 trillion in tourism turnover.

Wind Strait blows visitors away
I visited central Quy Nhon Town one sunny day and wanted to see some new destinations rather than the familiar beaches. So a friend volunteered to take me to Eo Gio (literally translated as Wind Strait).

Wind Strait blows visitors away
I visited central Quy Nhon Town one sunny day and wanted to see some new destinations rather than the familiar beaches. So a friend volunteered to take me to Eo Gio (literally translated as Wind Strait).

Visiting Vietnam-Laos-China border T-junction
Vietnam has two places that are considered as border crossroads, including the Indochina landmark in Kon Tum Province, in the central highlands and A Pa Chai in the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien.

Vietnam Tourism Awards 2012 winners announced
Winners of the Vietnam Tourism Awards 2012, the most prestigious in the sector, were announced at a ceremony in Hanoi on December 4.

World heritage sites club founded
A club of the World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites in Vietnam debuted in Hanoi on December 4, with the Hue Relic Preservation Centre chairing for the first year.

VN travelers offered preferences to go abroad
A lot of countries in the world have offered attractive preferences in administrative procedures and tour fee discounts to lure Vietnamese travelers.

Country-specific economic trends to effect business travel in 2014
Country-specific, rather than global, economic trends are expected to contribute to a “slight” uptick in business travel prices within specific regions. This is a key finding of the latestAmerican Express (AMEX)Global Business Travel Forecast 2014, which notes subdued global economic growth is not likely to impact business travel demand.

Tourism degrades cultural traditions
The world heritage Gong, a sacred and precious musical instrument of the Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) is likely to lose its original cultural significance, a UN cultural expert warned on Friday, Nov 29.

Promoting tourism cooperation between Vietnam and Greece
Vietnamese Ambassador to Greece Vu Binh has met Ms Olga Kefaloyanny, Greek Minister of Tourism, to seek ways to promote tourism cooperation between the two countries.

English-speaking cops to protect foreign tourists in Hoi An
Police officers who speak English and are personable will be stationed in areas frequented by foreign tourists in the central province of Quang Nam, home to Hoi An, to protect them from robbers and harassment by beggars and vendors.

Saigontourist to receive additional 70,000 maritime tourists
Leading travel service company Saigontourist announced on December 2 that it will continue to cooperate with Malaysia’s Star Cruises to receive more maritime tourists.

Nation honours King-Monk Tran Nhan Tong
A ceremony to commemorate the 705th anniversary of the attainment of Nirvana of King-Monk Tran Nhan Tong, the founder of Vietnam Zen Buddhism, was held at Yen Tu Mountain in northeastern Quang Ninh on December 3.

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