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Temporary Residence Card For Foreigner in Vietnam

Foreigners who wish to stay in Vietnam for a long term without applying or renewing every 3 month visa need to have a temporary residence card issued by the authorized provincial office managing Entry and Exit under the Ministry of Public Security. This card acts as a proof of identity and an entry visa when a foreign traveler enters and exits Vietnam. 

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Trang An complex recognised as World Heritage site

The UNESCO Heritage Committee has recognised Vietnam’s Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex in Ninh Binh province as a World Heritage Site , according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. The site was honoured at the 38th meeting of the UNESCO Heritage Committee in Doha, Qatar, on June 23.

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Blooming yellow rice fields in ‘the inland Ha Long Bay’

The beautiful Tam Coc island, a popular destination in Ninh Binh, is blooming with ripe yellow rice fields. Often dubbed “the inland Ha Long Bay,” Tam Coc is part of the Trang An – Tam Coc complex that was recognized as a national site and has applied for UNESCO recognition as a world heritage site. 

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Vietnam to open tax refund kiosks at ports and airports in July

Vietnam will open five new kiosks in July where foreign shoppers can recoup valued-added taxes before leaving the country. The refund kiosks will be set up at Da Nang and Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoi international port in Ho Chi Minh City, the Port of Da Nang and Nha Trang Port near Cam Ranh, Vietnam News Agency reported.

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Da Lat attracts holiday-makers on summer vacation

In addition to exploring cultural and historical sites and famous hotspots in the city, visitors to Da Lat c an join adventurous tourism activities in the province such as discovering the falls of Datanla and Dam Bri in Bao Loc district, climbing Lang Biang Mountain and discovering Cu Lan village in Lac Duong district.

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The cultural space of the gongs in the central highlands of Vietnam

Throughout the Central Highlands of Viet Nam, Gong ensembles are parts of various ceremonies and closely linked to the communities’ daily life and the cycle of the seasons. The instruments, measuring 25 to 80 centimetres, are played by men as well as women.

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