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Tag: Lao Cai

InVision Hospitality to manage Scenia Bay

InVision Hospitality to manage Scenia Bay

16:49 | 15/8/2017

Nam Tien Lao Cai JSC engages management company for its under-construction Nha Trang property.

Bitexco launches The Manor Lao Cai

Bitexco launches The Manor Lao Cai

14:14 | 12/7/2017

High-tech eco-urban area wraps up first phase.

WB extends support for infrastructure development in Lao Cai and Phu Ly

WB extends support for infrastructure development in Lao Cai and Phu Ly

15:10 | 13/6/2017

Two emerging northern cities to benefit further from additional $53 million for Medium Cities Development Project.

Lao Cai to build tourism market

Lao Cai to build tourism market

11:38 | 29/5/2017

Northern mountainous city to complete tourism market, the first of its kind in Vietnam, by the end of 2019.

Lao Cai & Sapa hold potential in luxury property

Lao Cai & Sapa hold potential in luxury property

19:13 | 20/3/2017

Potential clear to see in new segments such as villas, five-star hotels, and condotels, according to Savills Vietnam.

VietinBank to open entity in Laos

VietinBank to open entity in Laos

14:05 | 15/1/2015

Bank joins others in gaining SBV approval to convert Lao branches into fully-owned entity.

Tourism ready to explode in northeast

Tourism ready to explode in northeast

06:45 | 17/12/2016

Luxury resorts, a cultural park, and high quality trains between Hanoi and Lao Cai will be added from the first quarter of 2017.

Lao General Secretary in Vietnam

Lao General Secretary in Vietnam

11:15 | 26/4/2016

Mr. Bounnhang Volachith's visit his first overseas trip since his recent election.

HCMC enforces parking ban in backpacker area

HCMC enforces parking ban in backpacker area

15:31 | 12/3/2016

Authorities keen to ease traffic congestion caused primarily by large buses picking up or dropping off hotel guests around Pham Ngu Lao area.

Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia vow to boost trade

Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia vow to boost trade

17:56 | 25/11/2014

PM Dung and his Lao and Cambodian counterparts target raising trade volumes by 2015.