Viet Nam News
ĐÀ NẴNG — A Space for Community Culture was launched at the central city’s East Sea Park yesterday, attracting the participation of 80 pavilions including souvenirs, food courts and folk games.
The city’s tourism department said the space will last through to the end of this month in order to serve booming tourism in Sơn Trà Peninsula.
As scheduled, the space will open from 9am till 10pm each day from May 19 to May 31st.
Tourists can sample traditional cuisine and purchase made-in-Đà Nẵng gifts including stone sculptures, organic cosmetics, bamboo crafts, and carved shells.
According to the department, a bartending competition will take place with the participation of competitors from Huế, Hội An, Nha Trang and Đà Nẵng.
Live music performances will be on every night, while food courts will serve locals and tourists.
Mỹ Khê beach, one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, also boasts boat rides, as well as jet-ski and kayak rentals. — VNS