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Hanoi's five-star hotels booked up until next year

Created 23 June 2017
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The rising number of tourists with big budgets has left the city scouring fresh investment in new luxury hotels.

Show must go on: Saigon's Bui Vien Street stays open under construction rubble

Created 23 June 2017
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Vendors are trying to cover up the construction mess to stop visitors from turning away.

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JW Marriott Phú Quốc Emerald Bay named Asia’s Leading New Resort

Created 22 June 2017
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JW Marriott Phú Quốc Emerald Bay – the first 5-star ++ resort on southern Phú Quốc Island in Kiên Giang Province has been named Asia’s Leading New Resort by the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia.

HCM City to develop at least seven waterway tourism projects by 2020

Created 19 June 2017
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As least seven waterway tourism products will be developed in HCM City by 2020, according to its tourism development plan. 

 

‘Kingdom of caves’ festival opens in north-central Vietnamese province

Created 18 June 2017
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A system of over 300 natural caves in north-central Vietnam will be the focus of a week-long festival starting this weekend to promote local tourism.

Hue bans 'offensive' clothing from ancient sites

Created 18 June 2017
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Tourists will have to leave their shorts and tank tops behind if they want to go on a sightseeing tour of the ancient capital.

 

Do you feel lucky? 50-cent rail tickets up for grabs in Hanoi

Created 15 June 2017
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Think Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but minus the tasty treat with your golden ticket.

Do you feel lucky? 50-cent rail tickets up for grabs in Hanoi

Companies that hire unlicensed tour guides should face heavy fines: minister

Created 14 June 2017
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Unregistered guides have been accused of taking advantage of Vietnam's recent tourism boom.

 

Vietnam Festival 2017 opens in Japan

Created 11 June 2017
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Thousands of Vietnamese and Japanese visitors flocked to the opening ceremony of the 10th Vietnam Festival in Tokyo, Japan, on June 10.

Foreign tourists experience plowing rice paddies with water buffalo in Vietnam’s Sa Pa

Created 09 June 2017
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From a rudimentary farming practice, plowing paddy fields with water buffalo has become a unique and immersive tourist experiences for foreign visitors to the small town of Sa Pa in northern Vietnam.

 

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