PANO – The 2013 Culture-Tourism Week will take place in Da Lat City, Lam Dong province, from December 27th to 31st, announced the Lam Dong provincial People’s Committee at a press conference on November 26th.
The event will highlight the 120th founding anniversary of Da Lat City, its development, the 5th Da Lat Flower Festival, and the launch of the 2014 Central Highlands-Da Lat National Tourism Year.
During the week, visitors will have a chance to enjoy a series of activities, such as a display on Da Lat’s flowers and bonsai, an exhibition on “The Woodblocks of the Nguyen Dynasty-World Documentary Heritage”, a seminar on Da Lat’s flowers and tourism, the 2013 Da Lat flowers carnival, a Central Highlands artistic program, and a “Hoa Binh night carnival-Da Lat 2013” program.
Especially, the 5th Da Lat Flower Festival will introduce some special types of Da Lat flowers such as carnation, lily, mimosa, sakura (cherry blossoms) and “da quy” (wild sunflower).
According to Mr. Vo Ngoc Hiep, Chairman of Da Lat People’s Committee, the preparations for the 2013 Culture-Tourism Week, including festival programs, accommodation, food hygiene and safety, are being completed to ensure the success of the event.
The 2013 Culture-Tourism Week is a great opportunity for Da Lat City and the Central Highlands’ provinces to promote tourism and introduce their landscapes, as well as cultural heritages, to international friends.
Translated by Vu Linh
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