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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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PROPOSAL TO EXTEND DANANG’S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, LIEN CHIEU PORT TO BECOME CENTRAL VIETNAM’S INTERNATIONAL GATEWAY AND TIEN SA TO BECOME TOURISM PORT

Danang People's Committee has proposed the plan to expand the International Airport to the West, thereby meeting the increasing travel demand from international and domestic tourists.

By 2020 Danang will convert Tien Sa and Thuan Phuoc ports into tourist ports, provide more tourism product and service offerings at night along Han River banks, upgrading and building boat piers and boat fleets to foster waterway tourism. Another proposal has been made to construct Lien Chieu Port as an international gateway port for Central Vietnam's key economic region. With enhanced handling capacity and central location, the $1.48 billion Lien Chieu Port is expected to become Vietnam's second international gateway port, following Lach Huyen Port in the north of Haiphong city.

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