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Broadway Night – Furama Resort Danang's unique end-of-year celebration was successfully held at the newly opened Ariyana Convention Centre on December 31st, 2017.

The spectacular night of culture, art, and entertainment featured a blend of the finest musical excerpts with the marvelous interaction between music, lights effects and stage designs, delighting more than 500 guests with one surprise after another which they will cherish for a long time.

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According to Danang municipal Department of Tourism, the city has seen a significant growth in the number of foreign tourist arrivals in 2017.

It is estimated that the total number of visitors coming to Danang city has reached 6.6 million in 2017, rising by 19% compared to 2016 and achieving 104.8% of this year's target.

The total number of foreign visitor arrivals is expected to have increased 36.8% compared to 2016 to 2.3 million this year, achieving 114.7% of 2017's target. About 4.3 million domestic guests are predicted to have visited Danang in 2017, rising by 11.3% against 2016, obtaining 100.1% of this year's target.

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Furama Assists Children with Special Needs

On Tuesday 5th July Furama Resort is lending support to a local charity, Kianh Foundation, which teaches students with physical and intellectual disability, to enjoy a morning at the beach. Called "Kianh Foundation goes to the Beach" the activity aims to give the students supervised assistance with learn to swim.

Furama has provided transport for the students, facilities and lifeguard staff to assist. The children of Furama staff who are qualified junior life guards through the Furama "nippers" program will also assist with the instruction of the Kianh Foundation students.

Furama takes its role as a community leader seriously and this learn to swim activity is a way the resources of the resort can be used to enhance the lives of those in the community less fortunate.

The suggestion to host the activity was made by Australian volunteer David Field who has a close association with Furama through its junior life saving and lifeguard training. Mr. Field offered the assistance to an Australian volunteer based with Kianh Foundation and another Australian volunteer working with Swimvietnam.

During the activity the students, who suffer from down syndrome and autism spectrum disorder, will receive "one on one" learn to swim tuition and instruction in surfboard paddling in the sea. The Furama staff will be joined in this activity by 15 junior surf life savers from Australia who are visiting Vietnam to assist Mr Field with his lifesaving development work.

"Furama Resort is proud to be a leader in corporate and social responsibility in our region and with this exercise we underline our continued support for disadvantaged children which started since the opening days of the resort", said Matthias Wiesmann, General Manager of the Furama Resort.

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