2018 Da Nang summer travel program to offer a range of exciting activities

09:32 | 01/06/2018 Society

A series of 23 exciting events under the 2018 Da Nang Summer Destination program, taking place from June 16 to 20, promises to give visitors a new and interesting experience in the coastal city this summer.

The annual Da Nang Summer Destination program aims to create a series of festive events to attract tourists to the central coastal city

The Da Nang municipal Tourism Department announced the agenda for the annual summer travel stimulus program on Thursday, aimed at attracting tourists to Da Nang.

Accordingly, the opening ceremony for the 2018 Da Nang Summer Destination will take place at Bien Dong (East Sea) Park on June 16, featuring a series of attractive art performances in parallel with music programs, street festivals and cuisine events.

A yoga festival will also be held on Da Nang’s beaches, offering visitors the chance to practise yoga with professional instructors. Cinema shows at sea will feature a series of free films on the theme of Vietnam and its tourism, including the Kong: Skull Island, a critical and commercial success which was filmed at various locations around Vietnam.

Both visitors and Da Nang locals will have the chance to enjoy activities throughout the program, such as decorating and arranging coracles, joining coracle racing and singing.

A new feature for this year’s event is "awakening" the tourism potential of the beach along Nguyen Tat Thanh Street with many meaningful activities, such as a festival exchanging garbage for notebooks, Bai Choi folk singing, and cultural exchange programs.

According to Ngo Quang Vinh, Head of Da Nang Tourism Department, this is the first time the department has coordinated with local businesses and tour operators to promote Da Nang’s tourism products.

The 2018 summer holiday festival with its many innovations will contribute to the creation of recreational activities serving tourists and promoting marine tourism products in Da Nang, helping turn it into a city of events and festivals, Vinh added.

Theo NDO