Blow away the summer heat with our exclusive “Pools/BBQ Seafood Dinner Buffet” Combo, valid from now on until September 30th 2019 at Furama Resort Danang.
At only VND 999,000 net/Adult (original price: VND 1,426,000 net), VND 499,000 net/Child from 4-12 years old (original price: VND 1,077,000 net), the combo includes:
- ● Usage of 02 outdoor swimming pools
- ● Choose from over 80 dishes from our seafood dinner buffet, featuring a spectacular range of “cooked to your taste” seafood delights such as half a lobster, unlimited prawns, squids, clams and octopus, Danang special sea snails, etc… Indulge in various kinds of delicious and healthy cold cuts and cheeses, all imported; Asian favourites such as sushi, maki, BBQ pork Char Siu; Chef’s choices of carvings; Vietnamese hotpot and decadent desserts including cheese cakes, macarons, tarts, delicious home made ice creams and so much more in the elegant atmosphere of our famous Café Indochine Restaurant.
The above prices are exclusive of drinks.
Buffet Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM at Café Indochine Restaurant
Combo vouchers are available at The Sommelier’s Shop at Furama Resort’s lobby.
At only VND 670,000 net, our special offer of a fantastic lunch pizza combo including 02 big Pizzas, 01 big Salad and 05 glasses of soft drinks for maximum 5 people at our authentic Don Cipriani’s Italian Restaurant, Furama Resort Danang.
Stray into the very stylish interior designed Trattoria and be treated to the very best of Italian cuisine that Vietnam has on offer.
Don Cipriani’s at the luxurious Furama Resort Danang, the ideal setting for “al fresco” pool-side dining, cosy and romantic in air conditioned comfort. We serve superb traditional Italian cuisine with flare and with an intriguing slant of the very best of local and imported ingredients.
Daily from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM.
Over the years, Furama Resort Danang has always chosen environmentally-friendly investment solutions, with energy power lighting, advanced technology in air-conditioning, solar water heating, and the reuse of bio-fuels.
In keeping with that commitment on maintaining a clean and healthy environment, Furama Resort Danang continued its Go Green campaign with the Tree Planting Ceremony for Mr. Nguyen Van Nam – the resort’s loyal guest on July 6th 2019.
At the ceremony, Mr. Nguyen Van Nam has planted a Purple Queen’s Flowers Tree by himself in the lush garden of Furama Villas Danang and expressed his happiness towards this meaningful campaign.
“We are fully aware of the importance of environmental protection at the resort as well as a sustainable development of the whole city,” said Mr. Matthias Wiesmann, General Manager of Furama Resort Danang. “The resort aims to create more practical activities associated with environmental protection for more customer awareness.”
“Go Green @ Fabulous Furama” is aimed at encouraging guests to contribute more to a green living, better environment as well as increase guests’ loyalty through tree planting activity at the resort. The tree will be a connection between Furama’s loyal guests and the resort, a meaningful gift for loyal guests each time they come back to see how much their trees has grown.
With the aim of developing tourism to broader and diversified international tourist markets, Danang is convinced that India is a potential market that needs to be promoted more. Accordingly, Danang Department of Tourism will organise a roadshow to introduce Danang tourism in Mumbai on July 25th, 2019.
The leaders of Danang Department of Tourism, Travel Agency Management Section, Danang Center for Tourism Promotion and many tourism enterprises in the city will attend the program, with the presence of General Consulate of Vietnam in Mumbai, Indian Association of Travel Agencies in Mumbai, Indian tour operators and event organizations.
The road-show will include the introduction of new tourism products, promotion programs, and the exchange program in Danang travel industry. Danang Center for Tourism Promotion, additionally, will cooperate with Bangkok Airways to introduce new air routes, discuss the promotion of direct flights from Mumbai – Danang, and facilitate tourism cooperation between the two cities in particular and between Vietnam and India in general.
Mr. Cong Nghia Nam – Director of Sales of Ariyana Convention Centre and Furama Resort Danang will participate in this roadshow.
Considered as the largest financial conference in the country, the 6th Vietnam International Conference in Finance (VICIF) brought together the most prestigious domestic and foreign scholars from universities around the world. This year, VICIF was held at Furama Resort Danang in 04th and 05th of July, 2019. The seminar was hosted by Danang University of Economics, Vietnam Finance Association International (VFAI), Foreign Trade University, Ho Chi Minh city University of Economics, University of Economics – Law and the Open University.
VICIF 2019 attracted the participation of 35 scholars from the universities of the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Singapore, Australia, Korea, Hong Kong and China besides the presence of 45 scientists from leading universities in Vietnam. The highlight of this year’s conference is the attendance and presentation of keynote speakers: Professor Sumit Agarwal – Professor of Finance, Economics and Real Estate at National University of Singapore. With in-depth studies in variety fields of finance, Professor Sumit Agarwal has brought up at VICIF attractive and intensive essays for the conference participants.
With world-class caliber, VICIF 2019 is an important event in the academic community in finance and banking, becoming the leading forum for outstanding global financial discussions, as well as in Asian and Vietnamese markets, in the current period.
Central Vietnam was recently named among the top 10 leading destinations in the Asia-Pacific region to visit this year by Lonely Planet, the well-known global travel site.
The vast region of the Asia-Pacific has its food delights, its forests, its seas teeming with life, and its cities fizzing with culture and creativity. Lonely Planet’s travel experts explored its highlands, islands, and everything in between to find the best places to visit this year.
Book-ended by the kinetic energy of Ho Chi Minh City and the (slightly) more relaxed historic ambience of Hanoi, central Vietnam is one of the country’s most diverse regions, the site wrote.
It praised Hue’s vibrant cuisine showcasing the city’s imperial legacy, while further south, in Hoi An ancient town’s storied laneways, local dishes include fragrant “cao lau” noodles. Seafood is the star in nearby Da Nang, and the city on the banks of the Han River is becoming one of Vietnam’s most exciting urban destinations.
Lonely Planet also appreciated the international air links with many Asian cities providing easy access to attractions like the recently famous Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills near Da Nang and the world-beating caves and rugged river and jungle wilderness of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh province, Vietnam’s “Kingdom of Caves”, including the world’s largest cave, Son Doong.
The first sightseeing tour by seaplane between Hue and Da Nang was launched recently by Hai Au Aviation, with 30-minute, 40-minute, and 80-minute flights, providing tourists with a bird’s eye view of the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the two cities as well as the country’s most beautiful coastal scenery. Hai Au Aviation plans to open a similar service between Da Nang and Dong Hoi city in Quang Binh, which will shorten the travel time from six to seven hours by road to only 70 minutes by air and give passengers an impressive view over the central region.
Other places on the Lonely Planet list include Margaret River and southern Western Australia in Australia, Shikoku in Japan, the Bay of Islands and Northland in New Zealand, Singapore, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Palawan in the Philippines, Beijing in China, and Cambodia.
Vietnam hosted 45.5 million domestic tourists and 8.5 million foreign tourists in the first half of this year, up 6 per cent and 7.5 per cent year-on-year, respectively, according to the General Statistics Office.
Source: Vietnam Economic Times