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March, 07 2014 09:06:14

Khanh Hoa promotes sights to see

KHANH HOA (VNS) — The Khanh Hoa Province Tourism Association has certified 38 prestigious, high-quality, friendly destinations this year. They are restaurants, hotels, spa, entertainment sites, travel services and heritage sites.

The certified sites include Ponagar Tower, Nha Trang Oceanography Institute, Dr. Alexandre Yersin's Tomb, Vinpearl Resort, Doc Let and Suoi Hoa Lan tourism areas.

Last year Khanh Hoa received more than 3 million tourists, up nearly 30 per cent against 2012. Of the figure, foreign tourists accounted for 711,000. The province aims to receive 3.4 million tourists this year, including 840,000 foreign tourists. — VNS



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