Ha Long-Fangchenggang sea route reopens
The inauguration ceremony of the sea tourism route from Ha Long city in the northern province of Quang Ninh to Fangchenggang city in Guangxi province, China was held on April 12 at Hon Gai Vinashin Port in Ha Long city.
Vietnam-Japan grand music festival to be held in Hanoi
The Vietnam-Japan grand music festival will take place at the Opera House in Hanoi on October 9.
Japanese culture introduced in Kien Giang
A programme to introduce the Japanese culture was held in Rach Gia city, the southern province of Kien Giang on Sept. 10.
Vietnam fine arts exhibition opens in Washington
A Vietnamese contemporary fine arts exhibition opened on Sept. 9 in Washington D.C.
Exhibition on Mekong residents opens in Laos
An exhibition entitled “Mekong’s stories: Challenge and Dream” opened in the Lao capital of Vientiane on April 6, 2011.
Co Loa ancient citadel proposed as world cultural heritage
The Center for Preservation of Co Loa Relics – Thang Long Ancient Citadel has asked permission from the Hanoi authorities and related ministries to compile the file of Co Loa relic to submit to the UNESCO for recognition as a world cultural heritage.
Vietnam’s vitality spotlighted in Argentina
“Vietnam’s vitality” is the theme of an ongoing photo exhibition that opened at Islas Malvinas Cultural Centre in the Argentinean city of La Plata on May 13.
Diverse activities to mark the 121st anniversary of Uncle Ho’s birthday
Many cultural activities are scheduled to take place in the central province of Nghe An from May 17th to 30th to celebrate the 121st anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday.
Da Lat historical sites to get major facelift
A number of cultural and historical relics in Da Lat will be upgraded for tourism purposes. The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has spent more than VND45 billion (US$2.2 million) to upgrade the Da Lat Teachers' College, Railway Station and Children's Prison, which are all in disrepair.
Vietnam welcomes more Japanese tourists
Vietravel Marketing and Tourist Company said it will receive nearly 700 visitors from Japan on July 4-6.
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