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Cable Car Plan on Son Doong Cave Raises Questions

Son Doong Cave is an UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Site located at Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Quang Binh Province. It is also currently the world’s largest cave, and therefore a growing tourist attraction. But a recent proposal to build a cable car system inside the structure is raising opposing opinions from different sectors of the […]

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EU Experts Clear Result on Survey

On a survey of tourists returning to Vietnam, the management board of the conducting agency Environmentally and Socially Responsible Tourism Capacity Development Programme released a statement to defend its seemingly questionable figures. The survey was conducted on two separate time frames, March-April and July-August of this year. The subjects were 600 English-speaking local and international […]

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Phu Yen: Untouched, True Beauty

Phu Yen may not be as famous as other tourist destinations in Vietnam, but it is considered a “promised land” because of its natural, untouched beauty.   Virgin beaches are one of the prides of Phu Yen. Its provincial capital Tuy Hoa City itself is located near the sea, and tourists always frequent the place […]

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Truong Sa District Opens Its Own Marine Port Authority

As stipulated in Decision No. 568/ QD-CHHVN by the Director of the Ministry of Transport’s Vietnam Maritime Administration (VMA) on November 15 of this year, a representative office of the Nha Trang Maritime Port Authority will be established in Truong Sa Island District, Central Khanh Hoa Province. According to VMA Director Nguyen Nhat, the construction […]

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Bosch Germany to Invest in Vietnam

Bosch, the leading German engineering-electronics company, is planning to invest 160 million Euros ($214.7 million) in Vietnam for the next three years to expand three areas in its company: its present production site for push-belts; Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) in automobiles; and its new automotive research and development (R & D) center in Southern Vietnam. […]