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Cham cultural events arranged to mark holidays

To celebrate the national holidays, the managing board of the Po Sha Nu Towers in Phan Thiet City will host Cham cultural performances to serve local and foreign tourists alike.

Vietnam in Thai media spotlight

Vietnam’s land, people and famous tourism sites have been given wide coverage in the Nation, Puchatkarn and other major Thai newspapers.

Foreign tourist arrivals continue to rise

More than 460,000 international visitors travelled to Viet Nam in April, a 6.3 per cent rise against the same month last year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

Khau Vai love market - historical and cultural relic

The Khau Vai love market was recently recognised as an historical and cultural relic by the Ha Giang People's Committee.

Carnival lights up Ha Long Bay

Tens of thousands of international and domestic tourists wallowed in a Ha Long Sparkling with Colours festival in the northern province of Quang Ninh on Sunday, May 1, 2011.

Russian Night concert unites four top artists at Opera House

‘Russian Night’ featuring masterpieces by Piotr Tchaikovsky, Sergei Rachmaninov and Modest Mussorgsky under the baton of two conductors Tran Nhat Minh and Nguyen Anh Son, violinist Bui Cong Duy and ...

World famous U.S. dance troupe visits Vietnam

The international Ballroom Dance Company from Brigham Young University, one of the U.S.’s leading troupes, will entertain Vietnamese audiences in Danang and Hanoi from May 12 to 14, reports VietnamPlus.

Italy triumphs at int’l fireworks competition

Italy won the Danang International Fireworks Competition in Danang City at the weekend.

Exhibitions held on HCMC development and integration

Cultural exhibitions on Ho Chi Minh City’s process of development and integration opened on April 28 in Lam Son Park, Chi Lang Park and Dong Khoi Road.

Foreign arrivals to Vietnam increase in April

Vietnam is expected to welcome more than 460,000 international arrivals in April, up 6.3% against the same period last year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).