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Foreign visitors flock to Ha Noi

APEC discusses transport solutions An APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation) working group meeting, now underway in HCM City, seeks ways to improve transport and logistics within the region. Electric tuk-tuk makes inroads into Viet Nam Terra Motors Corporation, a Japanese electric-motorcycle manufacturer, plans to offer a three-wheel electric vehicle, or e-tuk-tuk, in Viet Nam within the ... Read More »

Annual Ha Long Carnival set to kick off this month

Annual Ha Long Carnival set to kick off this month The annual Ha Long Carnival will kick off on April 27 in the tourism hub of Ha Long in Quang Ninh Province.—Illustrative image/Photo vnexpress QUANG NINH (VNS)– The annual Ha Long Carnival will kick off on April 27 in the tourism hub of Ha Long in Quang Ninh Province. Set ... Read More »

First UNESCO heritage’s festival held in Central Highlands

APEC discusses transport solutions An APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation) working group meeting, now underway in HCM City, seeks ways to improve transport and logistics within the region. Electric tuk-tuk makes inroads into Viet Nam Terra Motors Corporation, a Japanese electric-motorcycle manufacturer, plans to offer a three-wheel electric vehicle, or e-tuk-tuk, in Viet Nam within the year. Software chairman retains CEO ... Read More »

Hanoi remains attractive to overseas tourists

The number of foreign arrivals to Hanoi has reached 634,000 so far this year, up 9.8 percent against the same period last year, showing that Hanoi remains an attractive destination for foreigners. Countries seeing high rates of tourists travelling to Hanoi include Australia, Republic of Korea, Japan, the United States, France and the United Kingdom. In an effort to create ... Read More »

Hue to host 5th Traditional Craft Festival

The fifth Traditional Craft Festival will be held in central Hue city from April 27 to May 1, aiming at promoting the development of traditional crafts and craft villages as well as the tourism industry. According to Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Phan Trong Vinh, the festival, themed “The Quintessence of Vietnamese Crafts”, is expected to see the participation ... Read More »

Sapa in the Cloud Festival to open in late April

The 2013 Sapa in the Cloud Festival will take place from April 26 to May 5, said the district People’s Committee. A decision recognising Sapa in northern mountainous Lao Cai province as a class four town will be announced on this occasion. The festival will feature a wide range of cultural and sporting activities, including a display of flowers and ... Read More »

Hanoi welcomes 5.12 million visitors in Q1

The capital city of Hanoi received 5.12 million tourists, including 615,000 foreigners, in the first quarter of 2013, representing a year-on-year increase of 17 percent. According to the municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in the second quarter, Hanoi’s tourism sector will increase the promotion of its image and improve the quality of tourism products, especially tours of traditional ... Read More »

Do Son Sea Tourism Festival to open later this month

A sea tourism festival will be held in Do Son district of the northern port city of Hai Phong from April 28 to May 6. According to Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) website, the festival will serve as a framework for many cultural, sports, and tourism activities, including the Do Son Open tennis tournament, a cycling race, dragon boat ... Read More »

HCM City’s tourist brands honoured

The best 96 tourist trademarks in Ho Chi Minh City in 2012 were honoured at a ceremony on April 6 in the framework of the 9 th Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Festival. The winners, selected from 213 participating businesses, include travel companies, hotels, tourism websites, shopping malls, trade centres and shipping companies. This year, besides the top travel agency ... Read More »

Simple pleasures hidden in imperial setting

Simple pleasures hidden in imperial setting Private palace: Clients can dine in secluded comfort. — Photos Fortuna Hotel by Elisabeth Rosen Wandering through the cavernous lobby of the Fortuna Hotel, you think you know where you’re headed. Like most Japanese restaurants in the capital, Emperor feels designed for moneyed executives – or those who want to pretend they are. There ... Read More »