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Most expensive hotel rooms in Vietnam
The cheapest stay at the most luxurious hotels in Vietnam will still set you back nearly US$330 a night, according to a recent travel report.
At the Amanoi Resort located on Nui Chua Mountain in the province of Ninh Thuan rates start at US$608 per night.
The Vinpearl Nha Trang located on Hon Tre Island in Nha Trang has special rates beginning at around US$330 per night.
Room rates begin at US$390 at the Fusion Maia Danang located on Bac My An Beach.
The Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort located in Nha Trang has rates starting at US$330.
Six Senses Con Dao Resort is the first five-star in the Con Dao Islands.
Maintaining export growth
The increase is low compared to the first six months last year (up 9.2% over the same period in 2014). Experts said that the decline in export prices, including the price of crude oil and industrial processing products, caused the situation. In the first six months, the world’s oil prices continued to drop, reaching a 13-year low of US$27, affecting activities in oil and gas exploitation, mining and exports. The revenue from crude oil over the past six months reached only US$1.1 billion, a… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Foreign brewers tap into VN's robust market
Foreign breweries’ thirst for the Vietnamese beer market has by no means been quenched. Heineken Vietnam Brewery Vung Tau JSC (Heineken Vietnam) last week received the investment certificate for the 12-fold expansion of its factory in My Xuan A Industrial Zone after it bought the Vung Tau brewery in southern Vietnam from Carlsberg last year.Under said agreement, Heineken Vietnam will spend VND4.7 trillion ($185 million) to expand the factory and increase its capacity to over 610 million… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Nina Dobrev Was Asked The Most Cringeworthy Question On The AMAs Red Carpet
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Free breast cancer screening campaign targets 10,000 women
Illustrative image (Source: Healthinformative) Hanoi (VNA) – The Ministry of Health and the Supporting Fund for Cancer Patients – Bright Future on October 14 jointly launched a campaign to give free breast cancer screening for 10,000 women from 40 years old nationwide. The fund will coordinate with hospitals and family clinics in major cities of Hanoi , Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City in implementing the campaign, which runs from October 22 to November 12. During the event, which marks the 86th… chat_bubble_outline Read More...
Vietnam International Travel Mart kicks off in Hanoi
The Vietnam International Travel Mart (VITM) 2017 officially kicked off on April 5 at the International Exhibition Centre in Hanoi. Themed “Hanoi – Destination of Vietnamese tourism”, the fair showed businesses’ support for Hanoi’s efforts to promote tourism as its key economy, said Vu The Binh, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Tourism Association and head of the organising board.He added that most of products at the event focus on promoting tourism of the capital city, helping to attract more… chat_bubble_outline Read More...