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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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VIETNAM LAUNCHES E-VISAS FOR VISITORS FROM 40 COUNTRIES

Nationals of eligible countries will be able to apply for a 30-day single-entry e-visa starting February 1.

The Vietnamese government has announced a two-year pilot plan to launch an electronic visa system for foreign tourists visiting the country.

Under a government directive released in late January, citizens from 40 countries will be eligible to apply for the e-visas starting on February 1. Included on the list are China, Japan, South Korea, the U.S., the U.K., Germany and Sweden, all major target markets for Vietnam's tourism sector.

To apply for e-visas, foreign citizens can access the websites http://www.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn or http://www.immigration.gov.vn.

Applicants are required to complete a form available on two separate websites (one in Vietnamese and the other in English) run by the Ministry of Public Security. They will receive an application code and will be asked to pay a non-refundable fee online.

It will take three working days for tourists to find out if their applications have been approved or not, according to the directive.

Successful applicants will be able to print off their e-visas to present when they arrive.

Visitors can touch down at any of Vietnam's eight international airports, including Tan Son Nhat in Ho Chi Minh City, Noi Bai in Hanoi and Da Nang in the central region. They can also arrive via land at 13 international border gates and via sea at seven ports across the country.

In November last year, Vietnam's National Assembly overwhelmingly approved the plan to allow foreign visitors to apply online for 30-day, single-entry e-visas.

Apart from visa exemptions for tourists from the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), Vietnam offers 15-day visa exemptions for visitors from the U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Belarus.

Tourism authorities are expecting to receive 11.5 million foreign arrivals this year, up 15 percent from 2016.

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