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The central city of Da Nang has overtaken HCMC and Ha Noi, Viet Nam's two biggest cities, to become the only Vietnamese candidate listed in the world's top 10 worth-living destinations for expats in 2018, according to a survey conducted by Live and Invest Overseas travel magazine.

As the country's third largest city, Da Nang has garnered widespread recognition from international visitors thanks to spectacular urban landscape without much air and noise pollution, healthy business environment, enormous tourism potential, and notably, a convenient geographical location close to world-recognized heritage sites.

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Throwback to the super exciting week with the "Oriflame Vietnam – Director Seminar 2018", taking place in late March at Vietnam's largest ballroom – Ariyana Convention Centre Danang.

Commenced with a cheerful "White" themed welcome dinner at the Ariyana Grand Ballroom, guests were treated to a sumptuous buffet prepared by the professional culinary team of Furama Resort Danang while enjoying vivid sound & lighting performances.

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4,088 BILLION VND FOR TUNNEL UNDER HAN RIVER

This June, Da Nang People's Committee Chairman Huynh Duc Tho chaired a meeting to appraise the architectural designs and construction costs for a new tunnel under the Han River.

According to a spokesperson for the Bridge-Tunnel Engineering Consultant Company (BRITEC), the 1,315m-long, 6-lane tunnel will link the intersection of Dong Da and 3 February streets in Hai Chau District with Son Tra District's Van Don street.  The cost of the tunnel is expected to be 4,088 billion VND and, once construction work begins, it is scheduled to be completed in 3 years.

Mr Vu Quang Hung, Director of the municipal Department of Construction, asked BRITEC to ensure the quality of the project in order to guarantee the safety of traffic users once the tunnel is put into use.

Chairman Tho remarked that the new tunnel is the most complex traffic project the city has ever undertaken. He therefore urged local relevant agencies to select the most reputable contractors in order to ensure the quality of the project and shorten the construction time.  The city leader noted that the local authorities would need to balance the city's budget and are therefore likely to auction off some of their seaside land lots to cover the tunnel's construction costs.

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