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On April 4th 2017, Furama Resort Danang was honored to host an interesting and useful talk show: "FUTURISTA", an important event accompanied by Miss Universe Vietnam 2017.

At the event, Miss Universe Vietnam 2015 Pham Huong, National Director of Miss Universe in Vietnam Duong Truong Thien Ly, Runner-up 1 of Miss Universe Vietnam 2015 Le Hang, Miss Ao Dai Vietnam 2016 Truong Dieu Ngoc and Headmistress of John Robert Power Vietnam Vo Xuan Trang gave their inspirational speeches for women wishing to attend the worldwide pageant to develop the confidence they need to achieve their personal best. The talk show went amazing when Miss Universe Vietnam Pham Huong sung the Vietnamese folk songs "Da Co Hoai Lang" (Night Song of the Missing Husband) that made her reputation at Miss Universe 2015 Talent semifinals. After the ebullient 3-hour talk show, the contestants were encouraged to get out of her comfort zone, be themselves, and continue to define what it means to be Confidently Beautiful.

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On March 30h, 2017, the group of 40 government delegates including Vice Chairman of the Government Office – Mr. Nguyen Xuan Thanh, Leader of Material & Logistics Department – National Committee cum Deputy Minister of Construction - Mr. Le Quang Hung, Vice Chairman of Danang People Committee – Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tuan, and other delegates have visited and inspected the Ariyana Da Nang Exhibition & Convention Center (ADECC) which is the venue for the APEC SUMMIT 2017.

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TOURIST ARRIVALS TO DANANG UP 17.3% OVER TET

According to the latest statistics released by the Da Nang Department of Tourism, the city welcomed a total of 260,523 visitors over the recent 7-day Tet holiday break, up 17.3% against the same period last year.  103,482 of them were foreigners, up 30.6%, whilst the remainders were domestic visitors, up 9.9%.

The majority of the domestic visitors were from Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City.  Most of them chose to book their flights, hotels, and other tourism services independently via the Internet rather than buy package tours offered by travel agencies.

Ms Mai Chau and her friends from Ha Noi have visited Da Nang many times, and this year they decided to return to the city to celebrate the Tet Festival here.  All of them were impressed by the city's fresh air, friendly residents, beautiful landscapes, and delicious food specialties.

Mr Wang Jian from China said that he likes celebrating Tet in Da Nang because the city's Tet atmosphere is not too noisy.

Thanks to the city's favourable weather over Tet, a large number of local residents and visitors visited local attractions and participated in the numerous attractive entertainment activities held across the city.  In total, the popular local attractions received a total of 129,690 visitors from both home and abroad, an increase of 16.7% compared with the same period in 2016.

According to some locally-based travel agencies, the increase in the number of visitors to the city during the holiday was mainly attributed to the timing of Tet as it falls in the tourism season of neighbouring markets such as China, South Korea and Japan as well as for overseas Vietnamese.  In addition, a wide range of tourism programmes were organised across the city to attract more visitors.

Over the Tet Festival, 3 cruise ships berthed at the city's Tien Sa Port, carrying 6,826 international passengers in total, up 6.8% against the same period in 2016.  The ships were MS Chinese Taishan, Dream Cruises' Gentling Dream, and Star Cruises' SuperStar Virgo.

In addition, the city recorded an increase in the number of flights to the city, thus bringing a higher number of air passengers in comparison with the same period last year.  In total, the city welcomed 22,410 international air passengers from 180 flights, up 18.8% on last year.

The city's international airport now has a total of 11 scheduled and 9 charter international routes.

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