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April, 11 2014 09:16:11

Da Nang ready for holidaymakers

DA NANG (VNS) — ­­According to travel agencies, the upcoming Reunification Day and International Labour Day on April 30 and May 1 will see a tourist influx into the central city of Da Nang.

The city plans to stimulate tourism through attractions like the inauguration of the Four Season Flower Garden, the first cable railway system called Ba Na – Bynight, Asia Park, beach tourism, and others.

The city has ideal destinations for the summer holidays like My Ke beach, one of the six most beautiful in the world, and others like Ngu Hanh Son, Son Tra, and Lien Chieu. Tourists can also enjoy tours for less than VND1 million per person a day.

The city hopes to welcome 3.6 million visitors this year, including 820,000 foreign travellers. — VNS



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