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Danang industry eyes the potential of Hong Kong market in 2018, and aim to boost further actions for a sustainable development besides its recent strong markets of China and Korea.

Statistics by the Tourism Department showed that, for the first 6 months of 2018, 7,193 Hong Kong visitors arrived to Danang and witnessed a jump from 11,046 visitors in 2016 to 14,903 visitors in 2017. It is reported to increase 35% last year.

Mr. Johnny Li, Managing Director Gateway Group Limited in Hong Kong opined: "Danang has recently emerged as an attractive destination for foreign visitors. The recent Danang tourism presentation has helped Hong Kong travel agencies gain an in-depth look into luxurious accommodation services as well as the developing MICE market in Danang."

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Located along sections of Mai Hac De and Ly Nam De streets in Da Nang's Son Tra District, the Son Tra Night Market was officially opened to the public on Sunday evening. It daily operates from 6.00pm until midnight, and admission is free for all visitors.

The new night market features a total of 152 stalls selling food and drinks, souvenirs, fashionable clothes, bags, footwear, specialties, dried seafood, books, pictures and other commodities.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Chairwoman of the Son Tra District People's Committee, Mrs Tran Thi Thanh Tam, remarked that the purpose of the Son Tra Night Market was to to create a combined tourist and shopping space in the inner city, allowing visitors to comfortably shop, enjoy entertainment services and explore local cultural characteristics. This would help the city deal with the current lack of its own special tourism products.

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Da Nang: Gateway to Central Vietnam

Da Nang: Gateway to Central Vietnam

Da Nang, Vietnam’s third largest city, is right at the heart of what was once the ancient Kingdom of Champa – monarchy of one of the most advanced civilization to rule much of South East Asia. Da Nang’s prominent history is reflected in its colonial architecture, remnants from the days when the French and Spanish occupied the area during the 19th centuries.

Marble Mountains

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Five miles (8km) south of Da Nang, a cluster of five hills is known as Marble Mountains or “Mountains of the Five Elements”.

Ba Na Hill Station

Ba Na Hill Station

45 minutes drive from Danang or around 40km west of Danang, Ba Na is located 1,487 meters above sea level in the Truong Son mountain range.

Hoi An (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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Established in the 15th century, the ancient town of Hoi An was once one of the most important trading ports in Southeast Asia and an important centre of East–West cultural exchange.

My Son Valley (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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My Son Valley was the spiritual centre of the ancient Cham civilisation, in the same way as Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Borobudur in Indonesia and Pagan in Myanmar.

Hue (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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Hue was once the national capital and is today one of Vietnam’s most important historical attractions.

Phong Nha Caves (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, a giant mountain reserve which stretches to the border of Laos, is renowned for the spectacular Phong Nha Caves - buried within Vietnam’s largest primeval jungle.

Other places of interest in Danang

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Tour to Linh Ung Pagoda

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Built since 2004 and just completed and opened in July 2010, the pagoda is set upon 12 hectares of landscaped grounds where guests can enjoy spectacular views of mountain ranges including Marble Mountains, awe-inspiring ocean views including the Cham Islands and even the magical sparkle of Danang city lights by night.

Son Tra Moutain Bike Excursion & Fishing

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Son Tra Peninsula was a big island with three mountain peaks (Nghe, Mo Dieu and Co Ngua). Step by step, the streams of the East Sea brought alluvium to form the mushroom-shaped Son Tra Peninsula that together with Hai Van Pass bent the sea into a bay called Non Nuoc.

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