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Elephants, waterfalls and ruou can
Not many tourists make it to Dak Lak – Dak Nong, which is one of the reasons why it’s attractive. But it’s easy to get to from Saigon - eight hours by bus or 40 minutes by plane to Buon Ma Thuot, the spacious and relaxed regional capital.
CLMV countries to exhibit tourism projects in HCM City
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and host Vietnam will exhibit tourism projects in HCMC during the tourism investment forum, one of the activities of the International Travel Expo 2011 in HCMC scheduled for September this year.
Discovering a kingdom of birds
Once upon a time, salanganes selected an island on which to build their kingdom. After an hour by boat from Nha Trang City, the Noi and Ngoai islands, home to thousands of salanganes, appear on the horizon.
20 Vietnamese records nominated for Asia Book of Records
On May 31, Vietnam Record Book Center (Vietkings) announced a list of 20 Vietnamese records in the fields of culture - religion, gastronomy, arts... to nominate for the Asia Book of Records (ABR).
Cuba to attend Sea Festival in Nha Trang
Cuban artists will perform at the 2011 Sea Festival in Nha Trang from June 11-16. General Director of the Cuban National Folkloric Group, Manolo Micler said this is the first time Cuban artists will attend the festival.
Vietnamese culture seen through Belgian eyes
A documentary film named, “A different Vietnam” by Belgian film-maker Marcel Wynands was screened at the Lakilon Cultural Centre in Liege city, Belgium on June 1, opening Vietnamese Culture Week in the city.
Six Senses Con Dao makes top 50
The Six Senses Con Dao in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau is among the world's 50 best new hotels in 2011, according to a list released by Travel+Leisure magazine.
City firms to restart Japanese tours
Local travel firms are planning a summer campaign to restart tours to Japan after business fell away in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that struck in March.
Bremen liner brings 750 visitors to Vietnam
The Saigontourist Travel Services Co. on May 17 welcomed the luxury cruise liner Bremen of Germany on its first voyage to Vietnam , with 750 tourists aboard.
Historic sites recognised
The Truong Luy architectural relic was officially recognised as a national heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism on Sunday in order to help promote its historical significance.

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