Facilities Maintenance And Upgrade Planning Of Furama Resort & Villas Danang In Preparation For Operation After Covid-19 Epidemic
In order to prepare the best conditions and ensure the highest quality of service to welcome guests after the COVID-19 epidemic, facilities maintenance and upgrade plan is now actively implemented at Furama Resort Danang and Furama Villas Danang. The plan includes inspection, maintenance, refurbishment of walls, floors, doors, equipment of rooms and swimming pools; inspection and cleaning of water supply and drainage systems as well as repair and refurbishment of public lighting system. With its facilities maintained in the best condition, the hotel is always in an active state to welcome and create a great service experience for the guests.
Renowned US-based business magazine Forbes has revealed a list of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam, which boasts more than 3,000 km of coastline plus a handful of renowned island destinations that are mostly just a day-trip from the coast if not on the coast already.
The list takes keen travellers to the most notable beach destinations from the North to the South of Vietnam and from the coastal cities to islands. Danang beach is proud to be praised for its diverse water sport activities.
“A one-time French colonial port on the central coast, Vietnam’s third-largest city is also home to some of the country’s best beaches. And it’s got a little something for everyone, from the bustling beaches located a short drive from city to the more secluded spots for those keen on adventure.
Fans of water sports can visit My Khe Beach, the closest beach to the city center and a world-renowned favorite for surfing, snorkeling, and jet-skiing. Meanwhile, those who prefer some privacy can hop on a motorbike to the untouched Tien Sa Beach on the north side of the Son Tra Peninsula. Other nearby attractions include the stunning Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to Son Doong, the world’s largest cave.” – According to Forbes.
These days, Vietnamese together with global citizens are taking their responsibilities during Covid-19 crisis by social distancing, staying at home more, and restricting travelling activities.
These days, the “white-shirt heroes”, together with many volunteers are the front liners taking their responsibilities towards the country.
These days, Danang becomes a little quieter, a little slower, as if the city is preparing itself to be the strong back-line for the heroes fighting with all their efforts out there.
No matter what, Danang remains beautiful. The flowers are still blooming along the beloved streets of the city. Han River is still flowing and witnessing the local daily life. Son Tra is still holding on and healing. The beach is still gorgeous and loving…
On behalf of the tourism industry of Danang, of the citizens of Danang, we would like to send our gratitude to all the heroes in this battle. Danang FantastiCity team would like to send a special message to domestic and international tourists: Take care. Pause. Stay at home. Because Danang will wait for you.
A little waiting will make every reunion worthwhile, isn’t it? Remember, you have a date will Danang soon. And Danang will wait.
#thankyou #takecare #seeyouinDanang
Source: Danang FantastiCity
Situated on one of the six most gorgeous beaches in the world, not only is Furama Resort Danang famous for its ideal position and 5-star service quality, but it is also recognised as a stunning “Green Oasis” nestled in the beautiful coastal city of Danang.
Proud to be the only resort in Danang with such a large natural tropical garden, Furama Resort Danang always focuses on taking care of trees and keeping sustainable tourism development in parallel with environmental protection.
During the Covid-19 epidemic outbreak which has created a severe impact on tourism in general and the business situation of Furama Resort Danang in particular, the Resort still pays attention to the landscape maintenance, ensuring the natural beauty of the environment. The flowers still bloom brilliantly under the warm and sunny weather in early summer and are ready to welcome guests back once the outbreak is controlled.