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Hoi An to reopen ancient wells

The historic central city of Hoi An plans to restore 80 ancient wells, most of them locate on the north bank of the De Vong River near the Thanh Ha pottery village. Built in the 15th century by the Cham people, most of the city’s ancient wells are unusable or buried underground due to rapid urbanisation, said Nguyen Chi Trung, director of Hoi An’s Centre for Monuments Management and Preservation.

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The seven most famous Vietnamese dishes

Pho (Vietnamese noodle), bun rieu cua (crab soup with vermicelli), and bun cha (grilled pork & noodle) are street food dishes that captivate thousands of international visitors. Here are the seven dishes and drinks that have made Vietnam an attractive spot on the culinary world map.

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Vietnamese heritage and tourism under spotlight in France

A programme introducing Vietnamese cultural heritage and tourism development was held in Paris, France, on January 23, attracting the participation of dozens of French travel agencies.

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Crazy House among top 25 coolest hotels in the world

Covering an area of approximately 1,600 square meters, Hang Nga Guest House in the Central Highlands’ city of Da Lat, also known as “Crazy House”, is design by Vietnamese architect Dang Viet Nga.

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Da Nang among world’s 10 most-visited destinations in 2015

The central coastal city got the first position the world’s 10 most-visited destinations in 2015. Travelers’ Choice Destinations on the Rise based on reviews from travelers’ worldwide, including Da Nang of Vietnam.

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Vietnam among top 5 countries to visit in 2015

Malaysia’s independent newspaper, Malay Mail Online, has delivered its rankings and suggestions for travellers for the coming year and cites Vietnam as one of the top five destinations that stand out from the crowd.


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