Dak Nong awakens tourism potential
08:07 | 22/09/2014 Entertainment
(VEN) - Dak Nong Province has natural resources such as red basaltic soils, imposing mountains and forests. Visitors to Dak Nong can enjoy the fresh air of this central highlands province. Thanks to its temperate climate, the temperature in Dak Nong never exceeds 30 degrees centigrade, and the weather here is cool all year round. Dak Nong is home to more than 40 ethnic groups, creating a diverse but distinctive cultural space. These advantages offer Dak Nong great potential for tourism development, especially ecological, cultural and historical tourism.
EXPERIENCE A TASTE OF MALAYSIA AT NEW WORLD SAIGON HOTEL
17:44 | 19/09/2014 Entertainment
(VEN) - New World Saigon Hotel, in collaboration with the Malaysian Tourism Promotion Board, invites you to experience traditionally prepared Malaysian cuisine from 10 to 21 September 2014. With delicacies created by a Malaysian guest chef and traditional Malaysian cultural dances, you are in for a treat.
Krong No promotes tourism and agricultural development
15:20 | 19/09/2014 Entertainment
(VEN) - Dak Nong eastern district of Krong No has relatively complex terrain not located on a major traffic route, so its economic development is primarily based on agriculture and tourism, considering local rich and diverse cultures. The district is now focusing on promoting tourism in association with agricultural development.
Cuba documentary premiers, showing Vietnam today
11:02 | 19/09/2014 Entertainment
The Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC) on September 17 released the documentary film Viaje al pais que ya no existe (Journey to a Country that no Longer Exists) by famous actress and filmmaker Isabel Santos in the capital city of Havana.