An exhibition and conference entitled “Dong Son Fine Art (from 1,800 to 2,500 years)” will be held by the Vietnam University of Fine Art, in conjunction with the Centre for Southeast Asian Prehistory from September 26 to October 3 2011. At the same time, the “Love for Dong Son Fine Art” will also be launched.
In the first 5 months of 2012, Dong Thap Province has welcomed over 730,000 tourist arrivals including 19,000 int’l arrivals with total revenue of VND 81 billion, up 18.28% over the same period last year.
Instead of going to the distant Nha Trang City to enjoy mud-bathing, tourists who travel the tourist routes through the coastal provinces in the South Central region now have another choice to try the service, Phan Thiet City.
At a time when HCMC is in the grip of a scorching heat wave, Ben Thanh Tourist comes through with a seven day/six night tour to Hanoi, Halong, Mong Cai and Dong Hung, China. Northern Vietnam is getting colder and colder, a welcome change for so many people in the final weeks of autumn.