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January, 18 2014 09:59:00

VN to host international tourism expo

As many as 450 domestic and international tourism companies will attend a global tourism fair at Ha Noi's Viet Nam Exhibition Fair Centre from April 3 to 6.— happytravel   

HA NOI  (VNS) — As many as 450 domestic and international tourism companies will attend a global tourism fair at Ha Noi's Viet Nam Exhibition Fair Centre from April 3 to 6.

Jointly organised by the Viet Nam Tourism Association, the Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism and the Ha Noi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Viet Nam International Travel Mart (VITM 2014), the second of its kind, is expected to welcome 50,000 attendees, according to The Voice of Viet Nam radio station.

The fair will be themed "Tourism Promotion: New Destination, New Opportunity and Travelling for Sustainable Development." It will cover domestic, as well as inbound and outbound international tourism.

Vu The Binh, Deputy Chairman of the association, said the fair provides a platform to promote new Vietnamese travel destinations in the northwest and northeast regions, the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta and the Central Highlands. — VNS

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