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Furama Resort Danang will present a Hong Kong Culinary Weekend, the first of its kind for the city, bringing out the Hong Kong Dim Sum Set Lunch and Hong Kong-inspired Seafood Buffet at our signature Café Indochine Restaurant on July 27 - 30. Featuring renowned fellow chefs from Hong Kong in a weekend of exciting culinary journey, coupled with live entertainment and enticing offers, the event is slated to become one of Furama's hottest summer events.

Guests can indulge in a Hong Kong Dim Sum Set Lunch with a selection of delights such as 'Steamed shrimp dumpling', 'Steamed barbequed pork bum', 'Jelly fish and Chinese celery marinated with sesame oil', 'Double-boiled soup of chicken, conch, Chinese yam and wolfberry', 'Sauteed scallops and asparagus with XO chilli sauce XO', 'Chilled mango pudding' at VND 298,000++/ adult (discounted from VND 498,000++/adult) and VND 198,000 ++/ child 4 – 12 years. The event will also feature a free flow of refreshing tea and free pool access to our Ocean Pool or Lagoon Pool on the same day, offering just what you need in a summer day. The Lunch starts from 11 am until 2 pm.

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For only VND 690,000/tray/3 pax, take a journey through the traditional culinary delights at Furama Resort Danang, 11 am – 2 pm, 0236 651 9999.

Our Vietnamese Set Lunch Menu on Copper Tray, characterized by its unique traditional style, offer regional dishes such as 'traditional slow braised crucian carp', 'dried shrimp dip', 'spinach and shrimp balls soup', 'stir fried pickled cassava melon with pork belly', regional salad, 'mixed vegetables with caramelized fish sauce', 'traditional Vietnamese sweet dumplings', etc.

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TRAVEL BOOM BRINGS MORE DIRECT FLIGHTS TO DANANG IN BUSY YEAR

A number of new international flights will be launched this summer to connect Da Nang with Asian destinations in preparation for the increasing travel demand to the coastal city, where many important events are set to take place.

In late May, private carrier Vietjet will launch a new daily service between Da Nang and Seoul.

Betting on a higher volume of Thai tourist arrivals to Central Vietnam, Thai AirAsia has also announced its Da Nang-Bangkok route. Daily flights will commence on June 9.

These services will benefit from the city's new international terminal, which is designed to serve six million passengers a year.

Da Nang is one of Vietnam's biggest cities and a major economy-tourism hub that attracts many foreign visitors, including Thai tourists, all year round, said Santisuk Khlongchaiya, head of commercial for Thai AirAsia. He said from Da Nang, tourists can easily travel to world-renowned destinations such as Hoi An, Hue and My Son Relics.

Once a sleepy fishing town, Da Nang itself is now a formidable tourism destination, known for its long beaches and upscale resorts.

Tourists to Da Nang are promised a range of events this year. Among them are Da Nang International Fireworks Festival 2017 lasting from April 30 to June 24, summer beach tourism activities, and Asia Golf Tourism Convention 2017.

Earlier this month, T'way Air, a South Korean low-cost carrier, started flying five times a week from Daegu to the Vietnamese city.

As many as eight airlines are operating services between Da Nang and South Korea. Meanwhile, Jetstar Pacific has been bringing in passengers from Hong Kong since late March.

Da Nang is now in final steps to launch its airport's international terminal worth $154 million next month, getting itself ready for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit this November.

Da Nang received more than 1.3 million visitors in the first quarter this year, up 30 percent over the same period last year, according to the city's tourism department. Nearly half were foreigners, a strong increase by nearly 60 percent.

South Korea, China, Japan and Hong Kong are the four markets with the highest growth rates.

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