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The central coastal city of Danang has seen robust growth in the tourism sector, thanks to scores of festivals taking place between May and September.

Danang City recorded 1.6 million tourists over the past two months, surging by 26% year-on-year, said Tran Chi Cuong, deputy director of the Department of Tourism of Danang City. He attributed this to a series of festivals and activities, such as the Danang International Fireworks Festival and Danang-Summer Destination 2018 program.

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The newly opened Danaksara restaurant is named with a combination of the ancient name of the city - "Danak" and a Hebrew feminine word referring to a female minister - "Sara". Located in the heart of the magnificent Furama Villas Danang, this voyage through the unique taste of Authentic Central Vietnam cuisine offers diners an excellence of traditional Vietnamese food from the Central Vietnam's Region in particular, in a symphony of delightful textured, balanced and sophisticated dishes.

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FASCINATING ACTIVITIES FOR GUESTS DURING TET HOLIDAY AT FURAMA RESORT DANANG

In order to welcome the Lunar New Year – Year of the Dog, a wide variety of activities have taken place at Furama Resort Danang before and during Tet holiday.

From 9th to 11th February (falling to the 24th to 26th December – Lunar Calendar), our very popular "Tet Village Market" attracted thousands of local guests as well as the expatriate community and the hotel guests each year. The event was held at the Furama's International Convention Palace and Furama's garden as a joyous tribute to the Year of the Dog and provided a golden chance for family gatherings, especially for overseas Vietnamese who came back to the motherland for Tet holiday.

Over the course of these fun days, a snapshot of Vietnamese rice-culture, bamboo plants, banana trees and especially food stalls was reconstituted for visitors to stop by and enjoy square and cylinder formed glutinous rice cakes together with hot tea.

A selection of Vietnamese gastronomic cuisine, highlighting Cao Lau noodles,  Hanoi "Bun thang" noodles soup, Hoian "Cao Lau" noodles soup, Danang chicken rice, Saigon Spring Rolls, etc were introduced to the guests to discover the so-called Vietnamese quintessence.

Bamboo dragon flies, silk lanterns, bamboo flutes, and bonsai were available for gifts and home decoration whilst the calligraphy booth and the popular fortune telling attracted a significant number of visitors to foresee bad luck, welcome good luck and learn more on their own destiny.

The Tet Buffet Dinner themed "A Feast of Prosperity" followed on 16th February (which is the first day of the New Year) till 18th February 2018. Gourmets had a chance to savor themselves with seafood delights and regional flavours specifically designed to promote health, happiness and prosperity for the Lunar New year.

At VND 999,000 ++/ adult, VND 688,000++/child (4-12 years old), diners were treated to more than 100 delicious dishes featuring sticky rice cake, and regional dishes such as 'Hanoi Sour picked meat loaf', 'Danang fish cake noodles soup', 'Saigon spring rolls', 'Shrimp Mousse on Sugarcane just to name a few.

Offering a wide range of seafood such as 'Baked lobster with cheese or garlic sauce'', the buffet also introduced a variety of salads, carvings, imported cold cuts & cheeses, BBQ dishes and "cooked to your taste" seafood such as oysters, mussels, squids,... served with various homemade sauces.

The international and Vietnamese desserts station with a vast array of decadent delights featuring macarons, tarts, chocolate cakes... also satisfied gourmets' sweet tooth.

In addition, the resort also kept the custom of giving lucky money and holding a lion dance performance to bring tourists cosiness, especially for those who celebrate Tet far away from home. Hundreds of colourful lanterns welcomed visitors in the lobby. A blooming yellow Apricot plant and red firecracker strips covered the space with warm colours. These simple decorated rituals have brought Vietnamese Lunar New year atmosphere to visitors around the world.

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