The Prime Minister has approved the general master plan for the development for the Sapa National Tourism Area in northern Lao Cai province to 2030, with a goal of developing unique and high-quality tourism products and attracting 5.2 million visitors.
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan’s freshly-concluded visit to India and attendance of the 11th Global Summit of Women Speakers of Parliament in the UAE has helped cement ties with traditional friends while expanding cooperation with new partners.
Top government leaders of Vietnam and Cambodia have expressed wishes to cement and develop bilateral ties in the spirit of “good neighbourliness, traditional friendship, all-faceted and long-lasting cooperation”.
The central province of Quang Ngai is famous for the cultural vestiges of Chau Sa Citadel, Ong and Mai Son pagodas, beautiful landscapes like An Mountain, Thien An Mountain, Tra Khuc River, and Sa Huynh and My Khe beaches. Tourists also have a chance to visit old battlefields with popular names like Ba To, Tra Bong, Ba Gia, Van Tuong and Son My.
An archeological excavation at the relic site Pu Luon Xe in hamlet 7, Tan Linh commune, Luc Yen district in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai led to the discovery of a kiln making building materials said to belong to the Tran Dynasty.
People belonging to the Muong nation account for over 63% of the total population of Vietnam’s northern province of Hoa Binh. The Muong nation has cultivated and preserved its unique indigenous culture, one of whose distinctive features is a tradition of oral mythology known as mo Muong.
Hosting the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Year in 2017 is the centre of Vietnam’s external activities, demonstrating the country’s desire to contribute to APEC and regional development, said President Tran Dai Quang.
Governing body: People's committee of Soc Trang province
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