Thailand’s PRD makes TV reports on Vietnamese culture, tourism

A delegation of the Public Relations Department (PRD) of Thailand has made TV reports on Vietnam’s culture and tourism during their working visit to Nha Trang seaside city, central Khanh Hoa province.

The delegation’s reports covered various topics, including the establishment of and conservation work of the Cham Po Nagar temple complex - a relic of the 1,300 year-old Champa Kingdom located in the city, preservation of natural resources and maritime creatures, as well as cuisine of Vietnam and Nha Trang in particular.

Head of the delegation Siriwan Dampreeda praised the beauty of the seaside city with friendly people, noting that the city should reserve current beaches and green parks.

The visit from June 29 to July 4 is part of a cooperation framework the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) and the PRD.

The exchange of delegations between the VNA and the PRD has helped the two agencies have accurate, timely and objective information on each country’s political, economic, cultural and social situations, contributing to increasing the understanding and friendship between two countries’ people.
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