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January, 03 2014 09:31:16

Ha Long to welcome 80 international cruises in 2014

QUANG NINH (VNS) - According to Quang Ninh Province's Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Ha Long will receive more than 80 international cruises bringing some dozen thousands of tourists from January to April.

Saigontourist Quang Ninh will welcome more than 70 famous cruises like Henna, Europa 2, Azamara which will bring an average of 700 to 2,500 visitors each.

Another travel company named Tan Hong will receive five-star cruises like Millenium and Volendam. — VNS


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