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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 RESORT DANANG CELEBRATES LUNAR NEW YEAR 2017 WITH CULINARY FESTIVITIES

Furama Resort Danang ushered in the Year of the Rooster 2017 with a series of one-of-a-kind Lunar New Year traditions! From gourmet Vietnamese culinary experiences to festive cultural events, guests of all ages celebrated the holidays with a wide variety of creative programming including Tet Village Market, traditional Tet Banquet and Tet Seafood Buffet Dinner from Jan 21 to Feb 1, 2017.

The Lunar New Year Holiday, or "Tet", started off with the legendary Tet Village Market on 21, 22 & 23 Jan 2017 (falling on 24, 25 & 26 December – Lunar Calendar) with 3,500 local and international visitors in attendance. The spirit of the ancient Vietnamese street food life was fully restored right on the resort's new infinity look courtyard, spacious Gallery Rooms, Ocean Ballroom and foyer areas. A snapshot of Vietnamese rice-culture, bamboo plants, thatched cottage, sedge mats, copper trays, colorful lanterns and firecrackers were beautifully set up for guests to take pictures. The fiesta featured an 'Ancient Danang' photo exhibition, the 55-year-old giant apricot tree and family-friendly inspired days of lion dance, 'bai choi' game, magic performances, and festive music. Guests were also treated with a traditional menu of festive dishes including glutinous cakes, jams, tea, etc. and a variety of specialties including Hanoi "Bun thang" noodles soup, Danang chicken rice, Sai Gon noodle soup just from VND 30,000 to toast the magic of Lunar New Year.

Additionally, guests embarked on a Vietnamese culinary journey with lavish food stations and celebrations at "Tet Banquet" and "Tet Seafood Dinner Buffet" from January 21 to February 1 at the cozy Café Indochine Restaurant. At only VND 490,000 ++, "Tet Banquet" comprises North Banquet featuring 'Sticky rice cake', 'Pickled small onion', 'Traditional braised white fish in clay pot', 'Traditional dry bamboo shoot with pork's feet broth', 'boiled chicken', 'Thai Nguyen tea', etc.; Central Banquet featuring 'Salted pork's belly in seafood sauce', 'Braised caramel with shrimp', 'Fried meat loaf with cinnamon flavor', etc.; and South Banquet featuring 'Braised Pork and Eggs in Caramel Sauce', 'Stuffed bitter ground with beef broth', 'Steamed marinated beef meat loaf', etc. Moreover, at only VND 888,000 ++ including a glass of sparkling wine, 'TET Seafood Dinner Buffet' highlights 130+ traditional gastronomy such as 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', etc. The highlight is 'Baked lobster with cheese served with garlic sauce'. The buffet also offers a wide range of seafood, sashimi, sushi, BBQ stations served with 25 different sauces. The international and Vietnamese dessert stations with a vast array of decadent delights satisfy every sweet tooth. Besides, tradition custom of giving lucky money and lion dance got guests into the holiday spirit and soaked up the festive atmosphere.

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