Travel demand up but prices unchanged
Travel companies reported domestic air tours to popular destinations during the Christmas and New Year holidays have sold out.

Air Mekong finally flies to Danang, Dalat
The start-up Vietnam Aviation Joint-Stock Co. (Air Mekong) finally commenced services to Danang and Dalat on Tuesday, more than two weeks later than its original schedule as approved by the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.

Vietnam tourism will be advertised on the international magazines
The MOCST has promulgated the Decision No 3911, 3912 and 3913/QĐ-BVHTTDL on advertising Vietnam tourism in the big magazines of the world.

Coach route launched between Hanoi and Sa Pa
The Hai Van Express Company has opened a coach route connecting Hanoi and Sapa using high class buses for tourists and other passengers to these two tourist sites, especially for the coming Tet holiday.

Russian Cultural Days in Vietnam
An opening ceremony for Russian Cultural Days in Vietnam was held at the Hanoi Opera House on November 15, to commemorate 60 years of diplomatic ties between Russia and Vietnam and the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.

Vietnam Airlines connects Saigon to Yangon
Vietnam Airlines (VNA) will unveil a new route from Ho Chi Minh City to Yangon, Myanmar, starting Monday, November 15.

Nhan Tower – witness of time
Nha Trang City is famous for its ancient Cham icon - Ba Tower that looks over Xom Bong Bridge, but Tuy Hoa City in Phu Yen Province is equally proud of its own piece of ancient Cham architecture on top of the legendary Nhan Mountain.

Archaeologists find prehistoric artefacts in Ha Giang cave
Ancient artefacts dating back 4,000-7,000 years have been found in a cave in the northern province of Ha Giang's Bac Me District.

Valuable antiques on display for the first time
Many antiques excavated from the Thang Long royal citadel in Hanoi will be displayed for the first time at the sixth Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day at 2 Hoa Lu, Hanoi from November 20-24.

Museum celebrates bygone era
On a journey to the Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) province of Dac Lac, visitors can discover a unique house which showcases machinery and artefacts of a bygone era in the surrounding villages.

Discovering one of oddest houses in the world
Coming to the resort city of Da Lat in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, visitors should not forget to call at a very special house named Crazy House.

Tuyen Quang to host the Culture- Tourism Week 2010
From November 20th to 24th, the Tuyen Quang Culture-Tourism Week 2010, part of the Tourism Development Cooperation Program “Through National Heritages” by the four provinces of Tuyen Quang, Ha Giang, Bac Kan and Cao Bang, will open at the Nguyen Tat Thanh Square, Tuyen Quang Province.

VNA announces higher carriage capacity for Tet holiday 2011
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has announced its plan for higher carriage capacity for the lunar new year (Tet holiday) 2011 from January 19th to February 20th, 2011.

Four northern provinces sign deal to develop tourism
On November 11th, the capital city of Hanoi signed a deal to develop tourism with three northern provinces of Vinh Phuc, Tuyen Quang and Thai Nguyen in Vinh Yen, Vinh Phuc.

Vung Tau properties in the booming trend
Over three years since its first tourism property project got off the ground, the southern coast city of Vung Tau has witnessed the number of property projects on the rising trend, offering more options to individual investors who want to have their second homes in the resort city.

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