A photo contest entitled ‘I Love Vietnam’ was launched in Hanoi on January 10 with the aim of promoting Vietnamese tourism potential tourism to domestic and international visitors.

"Ca Mau Cape”,  a photo by Nguyen Vinh Hien (Photo: vapa.org.vn)

The event, the eighth of its kind, is hosted by the Vietnam Travel Review under the sponsorship of the Vietnam Association of Photographic Artists.

The contest is open to all Vietnamese citizens, both at home and abroad as well as foreigners who are working and living in Vietnam whose entries should capture the beauty of the land, people and daily life here in Vietnam.

The photos must be submitted in .jpg format to http://www.anhnghethuatdulich.com before June 10, 2018.

The first prize winner will receive a gold medal and VND15 million (US$660) in cash, together with two second, three third and five consolation prizes worth VND45 million (US$1980) in total.

The most-liked and most-shared photos on Vietnam Travel Review’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/VietnamTourismReview will be awarded with VND1 million (US$44) each.

An awards ceremony and an exhibition honouring the outstanding entries will be held in July of this year.


                                       Source: NDO

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