TAG : Da Nang

  • The Sojourners

    The Sojourners

    ‘The Sojourners’ is a contemporary exhibition by a group of foreign artists who have taken their inspiration from the natural beauty and culture of Vietnam. The artists are all ‘sojourners’ themselves - people who are residing long term but temporarily in Vietnam. Their diverse artworks reflect their Vietnamese experience, weaving the beauty and culture of the country into their distinctive visual and audio works. Comprising a collection of drawings, paintings, mixed media works, augmented reality, photographs and video art, ‘The Sojourners’ exhibition will captivate guests with its beauty and diversity.

  • Four Points by Sheraton Danang has officially opened its doors.

    Four Points by Sheraton Danang has officially opened its doors.

    The first hotel of Four Points by Sheraton in Vietnam, Four Points Danang boasts views of Danang’s beautiful beach and offers a private balcony in all of its 390 guest rooms, which are designed in a classic and modern style and where you can enjoy sunrise on the beach or sunset on Danang’s Bay, as well as panoramic views of the city. Guests can treat their taste buds to Southeast Asian flavours and international favourites at The Eatery or enjoy a high-quality selection of pastries, baked goods and delicious coffee and tea in the pleasant atmosphere of The Lounge. They can also explore the 40 international beers on offer at the Horizon Bar. The hotel also has 840 sq m of meeting and event space, including a 414 sq m Grand Ballroom and seven meeting rooms that can be configured to suit your needs, either as large, combined spaces or individual rooms. The hotel also has a rooftop swimming pool and Serenity Spa, with 13 treatment rooms.

  • Danang International Fireworks Festival 2018

    This is the 10th edition of the Danang International Fireworks Festival and with the theme ‘Legends of the Bridges’. This year the event will attract famous firework teams from Poland, France, Italy, the US, Portugal, Sweden, Hong Kong and Vietnam, competing over five nights on 30 April, 26 May, 2 June, 9 June and 30 June. Every performance lasts 20 minutes. There will also be a range of other interesting activities, including musical performances by Vietnamese and international artists, 60 to 70 balloons in the sky, a carnival, a flashmob dance, and a food festival. Tickets for the fireworks festival are from VND300,000.

  • A tale of three cities

    A tale of three cities

    Hanoi, Danang and HCMC are all quite different in their own way.

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  • Gold & grandeur

    Gold & grandeur

    Danang Golden Bay Hotel has recently opened and welcomed its first guests.

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  • Home comforts

    Home comforts

    Apart from its food, one of the most interesting facets of the Sweet Home restaurant is the way the owner attracts customers to come in.

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  • Class in necklaces

    Class in necklaces

    Harmony Necklaces is an exclusive brand designed and manufactured entirely by hand with premium materials from Asia and Europe.

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  • New night markets open in Danang

    Two new night markets have been opened along the banks of the Han River in Danang, on the footpaths of APEC Park, close to the Cham Museum, and Dragon Bridge, two of the city’s most famous tourist destinations. The markets are mobile, with vendors moving on afterwards, and are open every day from 5.30 pm to 2am, primarily selling souvenirs instead of food, to keep the areas clean. They aim to provide more activities to tourists at night, as Danang lacks entertainment services for visitors after 10pm. The central city attracted more than 6.6 million visitors last year, up nearly 20% against 2016.

  • Latest in fashion

    Latest in fashion

    Gunich Fashion’s products for women have been on the market for two years and there are now four outlets in HCMC and Danang.

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