|Cool weather: An overview of Hot Springs Park in Đà Nẵng city. VNS Photo Trần Trung Quảng |Viet Nam News
ĐÀ NẴNG — Hot Springs Park will open to visitors for Tết on the second day of the new lunar year on January 29.
Park Director Trần Trung Quảng told Việt Nam News that the park will host a series of fun games and local traditional cuisine, and onsen spa service, mud baths, a water music stage, folk games, as well as trekking.
The park in the mountainous Hòa Phú commune in Hòa Vang district, 25km west of the central coastal city, covers 16.5ha and has been a favourite eco-tour destination since it opened last year near the Bà Nà-Núi Chúa Nature Reserve, with an average temperature of 17 degrees Celsius.
It’s one of seven new tourism sites – including Asia Park, the newly upgraded Chăm Sculpture Museum, the second stage of the Bà Nà Hills Mountain Resort, the Fine Arts Museum, Hibicus Wine festival – that will be introduced in the city over this summer’s holidays.
The city hosted 5.5 million tourists last year, 1.67 million of them foreigners. — VNS
|Touch of Japan: Tourists enjoy hot springs and an onsen spa at the Hot Spring Park in Hòa Vang district in Đà Nẵng city. VNS Photo Thanh Thúy |
|Eco-tourism: Hot Springs Park will open to host visitors touring the central city for Tết (lunar New Year) on January 29th (the second day of lunar New Year). VNS Photo|