Da Nang In Top Trendings Destination In The World In 2020 By TripAdvisor
TripAdvisor is the world’s largest travel site with over 60 million members and over 170 million reviews and opinions on hotels, restaurants, attractions and travel services.
On 25th of February 2020, TripAdvisor honored Da Nang in Top Trending Destinations voted by tourists and members of this site.
Ranked 7th in the list of the 25 most popular destinations, Danang is complimented by TripAdvisor with the hospitality of local residents, unique cuisine and outstanding natural landscapes: “Da Nang is laid-back and friendly, maybe because everyone you meet has just finished an amazing meal. Culinary tours are a hugely popular way to experience literal local flavor. After you’ve stuffed yourself with bold noodle soups and savory street foods, walk it off by exploring the limestone caves and Buddhist grottos of the Marble Mountains.”
Topping the list of the world’s trending destinations voted by TripAdvisor is the city of Cochin (India), famous for its beautiful coastline and a blend of Eurasian culture. Some famous international tourist cities are also in this list such as: Porto (Portugal), Krakow (Poland), Malta, Buenos Aires (Argentina), Vienna (Austria), Mexico City (Mexico), Chiang Mai (Thailand), Budapest (Hungary), Moscow (Russia) … Ho Chi Minh City was also voted and ranked 12th on this list.
Da Nang was voted as a Top 1 Travelers’ Choice Destination On the Rise 2015. Up to now, being in the Top of the world’s trending destinations in 2020, Da Nang is gradually proving its destination brand on the global tourism map.
Along with the efforts of the local tourism and health industry, Da Nang is focusing its efforts to overcome the global crisis called Covid-19, and aims to affirm the image of a “civilized – safe – friendly ” that always exists in the hearts of tourists everywhere.
Indian Chef Tamilarasan Perumal Joining The Culinary Experts At Furama Resort Danang – The Culinary Beach Resort In Vietnam
Chef Perumal has practical, technical and management expertise in all areas of a kitchen in a restaurant as well as international hotels with his career spanning over 20 years in the industry. He has developed his repertoire to provide not only outstanding skills in food preparation, menu planning and cooking techniques, but also implement all standardized procedures, rules and regulations systematically to be in line with hotel policies that create excellent hospitality service.
Passionately following his dream and choosing food production as his career, and worked in different hotels across the seas including China and Macao, Morocco plus Kuwait (Middle East), he has acquired experience in various verticals of the food industry being involved in various activities abroad like hosting MICE functions, conducting food concept and recipes, controlling all ordering and purchasing functions of butcher, perishable and grocery with strong leadership in kitchen management.
As being an expert in Indian cuisine, chef Perumal will be responsible for supervising the daily operations of the kitchen, designing menus, developing new recipes and training the culinary team at the hotel.
“We are excited to welcome Chef Tamilarasan Perumal to our team,” said Mr. Matthias Wiesmann, General Manager of Furama Resort Danang. “Guests will be able to experience the rich aroma and truly authentic Indian cuisine he will add to the gastronomic experience, providing Indian vegetarian, Jain, South Indian & Halal food, at this unique picturesque venue and banqueting offerings with his signature recipes that have been discovered by himself from around the world.”
Experience Sophisticated Steak & Seafood Market Dinner Buffet At The Culinary Resort Furama Danang Featuring Prime Steak And Signature Seafood Dishes
The Furama Resort Danang Seafood Market Dinner Buffet dinner now turns into an ultimate surf and turf Steak & Seafood Market Buffet by expanding the list of offers that “excite the taste buds” and further enhance the buffet’s popularity.
Beside the daily famous “cook-to-your-taste” menu with a variety of finest seafood delicacies extensively handpicked from Danang, Quy Nhon and Nha Trang prepared in different cooking methods and styles including: steamed, wok fried, deep fried… The Café Indochine restaurant creates remarkable cuisine experience with the finest hand-cuts of fresh premium steak in Teppanyaki style served with a variety of signature sauces: delicious mushroom cheese, black pepper sauce and mustard sauce with shallots…
Unique signature items, wide range of paired sauces, and exceptional service make it the first and only one kind of sumptuous and creative seafood and steak experience in a show kitchen for a memorable dining at one of the top restaurants in Danang.
The friendly, knowledgeable “culinarists” will help you choose the perfect way of cooking.
Cham dance performances are every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 19:30 to 20:00, free entrance.
Daily Steak and Seafood Buffet Dinner:
- VND 888,000 ++/adult and VND 588,000 ++ /child (4-12 years old) for food only.
- VND 1,068,000 ++/adult with 02 hours free flow of local beer, soft drink, mineral water.
- VND 1,268,000 ++ /adult with 02 hours free flow of house wine, soft drink, mineral water.
VietJet Air to launch New Delhi-Da Nang in May
Da Nang (VNA) – Budget carrier VietJet Air will begin direct flights from the central city of Da Nang to New Delhi in India from May 14, with five flights per week.
A VietJetAir source confirmed on February 2 that Airbus A320 and 321 aircraft will be used on the route.
It’s the third direct air route connecting New Delhi with Vietnam after those from Hanoi and HCM City were launched in 2019.
Flights will depart from Da Nang at 6.15pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, while they will take off from New Delhi at 10.50pm the same day.
One-way tickets will cost from 2.5 million VND (108 USD).
According to the city’s tourism department, Da Nang has 48 international routes with 462 flights per week, while 11 domestic routes operate 665 flights per week.
The city welcomed 8.7 million tourists in 2019, of whom 3.5 million were foreigners.
Central Vietnam promises unique allure in 2020
World Travel Magazine, Southeast Asia’s leading luxury travel magazine, says Vietnam mid-riff is among top 15 not-to-miss spots this year.
“Central Vietnam is a melody of unique terrain, grand, sandy beaches, delectable islets quirkily creating a mini archipelago, and majestic mountains hiding many unfathomable wonders,” the Singaporean magazine said Wednesday.
It urged readers to tour Dong Hoi, capital of Quang Binh Province, around 500 kilometers (310 miles) from Hanoi.
Quang Binh, dubbed Vietnam’s cave kingdom, is a rising star on the local tourism map and has been made various efforts to gain global recognition. It is home to UNESCO heritage site Phong Nha-Ke Bang and the world’s largest cave Son Doong.
My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam Province is a must-visit destination on a tour of central Vietnam, World Travel Magazine stated.
“Once home to the Champa kingdom, My Son near Hoi An is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, much loved for the romantic air resulting from its painting-worthy scenery of colorful lanes and cultural buildings lined up along canals and bay, a melting pot of cultures.”
The former imperial capital of Hue should not be skipped, it said. “Hue, once witness to the glories and collapse of Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), is lined with dazzling pagodas in sculptured splendor, complete with palaces, shrines, citadel, and statues of warriors and horses guarding the secrets of ancient tombs.”
Hue beef noodles, crab noodles, banh beo (steamed rice cake), banh ram it (fried dumpling), and banh bot loc (tapioca dumpling) are the most famous local dishes, it suggested.
The magazine advises travelers to explore Da Nang, Vietnam’s third largest city, famous for the annual international fireworks festival. “Da Nang is blessed with beaches, marble mountains, and a unique French flare in certain quarters.”
Other destinations included in the magazine were Patagonia between Argentina and Chile, Ladakh State in India, St. Petersburg in Russia, Dubai, Kyushu Island of Japan and Rijeka in Croatia.
Last year, U.K. travel magazine Lonely Planet listed central Vietnam among the top 10 must-go destinations in Asia-Pacific.