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The sixth Global Environment Facility (GEF) Assembly and Associated Meetings organised by GEF and Vietnam's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) will be held at the Ariyana Convention Centre from June 23rd - 29th 2018.

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Under the 2018 Da Nang - Summer Rendezvous programme, which will run from 16 to 20 June, a wide range of fascinating cultural and sporting activities, will be held at the East Sea Park, the beaches, the Son Tra Peninsula, and along both banks of the Han River.

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FURAMA RESORT DEPLOYS DANANG’S CIVILISED BEHAVIOUR IN TOURISM ACTIVITIES

Furama Resort is deploying Danang's newly enforced civilized behaviour rules in an apparent bid to help maintain the city's reputation as a safe and friendly destination for both domestic and international tourists.

The Culinary Beach Resort Furama Danang has introduced these rules of behavior to all its employees. The set of rules are applied to three groups, including individuals and organizations working in the city's tourism sector; local residents; and domestic and international tourists. These code of conduct are expected to "make the relationship between the city and its tourists better," according to the Danang municipal tourism department.

Individuals and organizations working for and in the tourism industry must respect vacationers and treat them with a friendly attitude, according to the rules. They must always be ready to say "hello, sorry, please, thank you, goodbye and see you again," and be honest and assist to tourists at all levels. Local tourism service providers must not disturb holidaymakers, rip them off, or sell products with substandard quality or dubious origins to them.

Da Nang residents, meanwhile, must be respectful, helpful and enthusiastic when in contact with tourists, and not destroy the city's nature or tourist attractions, the code says. They are also required to avoid such misbehaviours as splitting, littering or urinating in public.

The city also calls for appropriate manners from its visitors. Those who visit Viet Nam's central hub must respect its culture, customs and traditions to avoid damaging the city's nature, public assets and tourism spots.

"The code of conduct is intended to build up a habit to have polite, friendly and cultured behaviours among the Da Nang tourism industry insiders," the tourism department said. "It will also help create a good impression and image of Da Nang."

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