Wed, 10/28/2020 13:30:15
News for keyword :Da Nang

A tourism campaign with the theme of “Da Nang Miss You” has been launched in an effort to attract more tourists as the central city fights to move past the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) period.

A tourism campaign with the theme of “Da Nang Miss You” has been launched in an effort to attract more tourists as the central city fights to move past the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) period.
A collection of 120 paintings and photos on the fights against COVID-19 will be displayed at an exhibition at the Fine Arts Museum in the central city of Da Nang on October 19-25.
An online contest ‘Miss Da Nang’ in the form of sharing and spreading beautiful and memorable moments about the natural beauty, daily life and people of Da Nang through articles, images or video clips has just been officially launched.
The Department of Tourism of Da Nang, in cooperation with Vietnam Airlines, will host the first tourists to visit the central city after the resurgence of COVID-19 in late July.
The central city of Da Nang has introduced a new virtual reality app that allows visitors to see objects on display at the Museum of Champa Sculpture through three-dimensional scanning.
Sun World Ba Na Hills, one of the top tourist attractions in the central city of Da Nang, has reopened to the public after the city has recorded no new COVID-19 cases for weeks.
Rice paper rolls with pork, or banh trang cuon thit heo in Vietnamese, is a tasty dish popular throughout Vietnam. This “version” in Danang seems to be a good choice for diners who want to have something new in their daily meal.
Vietnam boasts many impressive tourist destinations, of which Phu Quoc island, Sa pa tourist resort, Can Tho city, Hoi An ancient town, and Da Nang city are worth visiting and gaining experience.
As many as 1,453 tourists stranded in Da Nang due to an outbreak of COVID-19 in the central city will be flown back to Hanoi and HCM City on August 12-14, announced the city’s Department of Tourism.
Da Nang will hire two planes to evacuate more than 400 tourists left stranded in the central city due to the impact of the fresh COVID-19 outbreak, said an official of the Municipal Tourism Department on August 3.

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