On Feb 04, 2018, Kien Giang People’s Committee, Phu Quoc Island District and Sun Group officially opened the 3-wire world’s longest cable car route linking An Thoi town with Thom Island.
Representative of GUINNESS presented a certificate to Hon Thom cable car
On the occasion of marking the golf club’s 5 year anniversary, Laguna Lăng Cô, the “Best Golf Resort in Vietnam 2018” by Golf Digest, will be hosting the 5th Club Championship. The tournament shall be taken place on Saturday, 19th May 2018 at the Laguna Golf Lăng Cô and attracts more than 100 golfers around Vietnam as well as resort guests staying at Laguna Lăng Cô. The 2-day event will feature 1 practice round on 18th May 2018 (only apply for golfers making registration before 14th May 2018), 1 tournament round and an award gala dinner with lucky draw on 19th May 2018.
Golf legend and Laguna Golf brand ambassador Sir Nick Faldo will host the Laguna Golf Classic 2016 tournament for the second year from 10 to 13 November 2016 at Laguna Golf Lăng Cô, Central Vietnam.
Hoi An – Japan Cultural Exchange has been an annual event since 2003. After 13 years of organizing, the event has gained the great effect attracting public attention and left a deep impression in the hearts of the participants. Thereby, it has contributed to enhance the mutual understanding and strengthen the friendship between the people of Hoi An and Japan.
A guide to take full adventage of Con Dao
Con Dao, or Con Son, is a collection of islands in the southern province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau. Upon arriving here, you not only stand a chance to lay yourself flat on the pristine beaches, savor straight-from-the-sea food but also many other eco activities.
Flights to Con Dao depart from either Ho Chi Minh or Can Tho cities and will take you around one hour. Taking a boat from either city is another option. Some prefer the boat not because it's cheap but for the experience it offers. However, remember that the journey takes up to 14 hours (from 5 p.m. to 7 a.m.).
The Nung live at higher elevations and have a tradition of self-sufficiency. The Nung live close to nature and eat whatever they can grow or gather in the forest. Some of their dishes have become specialties of Lang Son’s tourism