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In a move to preserve and develop the country’s folk music, the Vietnam Traditional Music Centre made its debut in Hanoi on May 19.
The Saigon Passenger Coach company (Sapaco Tourist) opened a two-way bus route from Ho chi minh city to Siem Reap (Cambodia) on May 19.
The director of HCM City’s Tourism Department, Dong Thi Kim Vui, spoke with Sai gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon) newspaper about its plans to develop the hospitality industry.
The Hanoi Railway Transportation Company will put into operation a pair of Trains from Hanoi to Hue and vice versa to serve tourists during the Festival Hue and summer 2008.
Those who wish to visit the splendid temples of Angkor can now shave an hour off the ride by using a bus service provide by the Saigon Passenger Transportation Company (Sapaco Tourist). The service, which runs daily between Ho chi minh city and Cambodia's Siem Reap, opened on Monday.
Dong Hoi air terminal was put into operation in the central province of Quang Binh on May 18 by the Ministry of Transport and the provincial People’s Committee. The same day, the national flag carrier, Vietnam airline launched a new air route between Dong Hoi and Hanoi
A total sum of 10 billion VND has so far been committed to fund the upcoming biannual Hue festival in central Thua Thien-Hue province, said the Hue Festival Centre Director Nguyen Duy Hien.
A replica of the One-Pillar Pagoda in the capital city of Hanoi was inaugurated at the Thailand-Vietnam Friendship Park in Khonken province on May 17.
Dong Hoi airport in central Quang Binh province was inaugurated on May 18 after nearly four years of construction.
An exhibition at Lotus Gallery in Ho chi minh city brings the country’s traditional art of lacquer alive, combining contemporary and traditional values.

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