Da Nang and Quang Nam hold events to promote tourism

VIETNAM, 2 June.

Guests are met at Da Nang International Airport. From June 4 to 9, the Routes Asia Development Forum will be held in the city. Photo VNA / VNS

CENTRAL REGION – The Routes Asia Development Forum will be held in Da Nang on June 4-9 with the participation of Asian and European airlines, including British Airways, Lufthansa Group, Qantas Airways Limited, Air New Zealand, Air India, Indigo. , Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways and Malaysia Airlines.

More than 200 airports and air transportation enterprises will take part in the event.

The event, co-hosted for the first time by the city, IPP Travel Retail and Informa Routes, will kick off a series of investment, tourism and aviation networks connecting Da Nong with post-COVID regional and global air transport routes. -19.

Ho Koh Minh City People’s Committee Vice Chairman said Routes Asia will mark the awakening of tourism in the city and the central region and the discussion of new investment opportunities in Da Nong.

Minh said the event will focus on the Invest Đà Nẵng Forum, an annual investment promotion and presentation of possible investment projects in the city on June 25.

The banks of the Han River in Da Nong are decorated for weekend street festivals and summer holidays. Major airlines and airport services will arrive in the city on Routes Asia in early June. VNS Photo Le Lam

He said the city will be busy with a series of inaugurations and the launch of important investment projects such as the University Village, the Long Thanh Plastics Plant, logistics and IT projects at Đà Nẵng IT Park and the expanded Hoà Khánh Industrial Park.

The Vice Chairman also announced that Da Nang-Mikazuki Japanese Spa & Resort, the first five-star Japanese-style resort and entertainment center in Da Nong Bay, was officially launched in early June.

The 22-story, 12.3-hectare project was built by Japan’s Mikazuki Group with a total investment of over US$100 million and offers a 294-room resort, hot spring, water park, and ecological garden.

Ming said Routes Asia will act as a platform for airlines, airports and tourism authorities to exchange plans and discuss in search of positive…


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