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The newly opened Danaksara restaurant, nestled in the heart of the fabulous Furama Villas Danang, was officially launched on 10th July 2018.

This latest high-concept restaurant makes the culinary beach resort a gourmet destination for all traditional food culture seekers, with a nostalgic ambience that recalls historical memoirs of the country embraced in the diversified traditional Danang and Central Vietnam' cuisine passed down through generations. We are honoured to be part in preserving our sacred motherland's  history and culinary culture.

In the middle of this idyllic green oasis, boasting spectacular views to our central pool, leaving behind all the hustle and bustle of city life, hardly anyone knows this area was once a Military Base of the United States and part of the Salt Water Airport where US aircrafts took off to bomb North Vietnam during the war.

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China continues to be considered as the vital source M.I.C.E market for Vietnam in general and Danang in particular. On June 30th 2018, Ariyana Convention Centre welcomed the Yi Sheng Ginseng cosmetics and healthy product company for a meeting of 600 guests and followed by a scrumptious international dinner buffet at our ample Grand Ballroom with the participation of more than 1,000 guests.

Following the success of the Yi Sheng Ginseng's event, Ariyana Convention Centre continued to welcome the next MICE group from China with a series of events including partner meetings, lunch buffets and partner dinners of the Yijange Company, taking place from July 02nd – 05th 2018 in the presence of 800 guests.

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$1 million for the first pedestrian bridge in Da Nang

After being renovated at a cost of VND20.3 billion ($1 million), the Nguyen Van Troi Bridge that has spanned the Han River for nearly half of a century will become the first bridge for pedestrians in the biggest city in Vietnam's central region.

Deputy Director of the Da Nang Department of Transport cum chief of the Transportation and Public Work Investment and Construction Management Board -- Le Van Trung, said the city had agreed to upgrade Nguyen Van Troi Bridge with a total budget of VND20.3 billion. The bridge will be renovated from August to October to serve pedestrians.

"This is the first bridge for pedestrians in Da Nang and it is expected to contribute to the development of the city's tourism," Trung said.

According to the original plan, after Tran Thi Ly Bridge was inaugurated on March 29, Nguyen Van Troi Bridge would be dismantled. However, in early February 2012, Da Nang City Party Committee Secretary Nguyen Ba Thanh directed the Department of Transportation to keep this bridge to serve the pedestrians and tourists. The bridge will be a destination for tourists to watch the Han River.

In late 2012, the Da Nang Council of Architecture - Planning approved the plan to build a bridge for the pedestrian in the shape of a scallop, with an investment of $35 million.

Nguyen Van Troi Bridge was built in 1965, linking the west coast and east coast of Da Nang and it is the first bridge across the Han River. The bridge was designed and built by RMK (USA). This is a rare bridge with the Poni steel truss arches in Vietnam, which was built to serve the Vietnam War.

The bridge is more than 500m long, 10.5 m wide, without the sidewalks for pedestrians. It was repaired in 1978 and 1996. The bridge was named after Hero Nguyen Van Troi after the country's liberation in 1975.

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