Da Nang introduces tourism stimulus program 2023

(VOVWORLD) - The central city of Da Nang’s Tourism Department has issued a tourism stimulus program for this year.  Themed “Enjoy Da Nang now”, the city will treat holidaymakers with sea and resort tourism services, entertainment, food tasting and shopping experiences.
Da Nang introduces tourism stimulus program 2023 - ảnh 1Man Thai beach in Da Nang (Photo: VNA)
Da Nang will offer about 10,000 free vouchers at local destinations, as well as launch the "Happy hour" program to offer discounts and promotions at eateries, spa and massage parlors, and shopping outlets.
All local hospitality providers are eligible to join in the program which will focus on key markets such as the Republic of Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, China and domestic markets like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, the eastern and southwestern provinces, and the northern provinces.
A number of large-scale events will be held from now to the end of the year, such as a hiphop festival, Radikal Forze Jam, the opening of the 2023 Da Nang beach tourism season, the Vietnamese University Games, the National Beach Handball Championship, the IRONMAN 70.3 Vietnam, SPRINT and IRONKIDS 2023 competitions, the Vibe Half Marathon 2023, the Da Nang Asian Film Festival 2023, the Da Nang International Yoga Festival 2023, and finally the Vietnam - Japan and Vietnam – RoK cultural exchanges.
Night-time entertainment activities are also planned, such as Dragon Bridge's fire and water shows every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, cruises on the Han River on tourist boats, and night markets to serve tourists.
Cultural and festival activities on both sides of the Han River include street music and dance shows, Bai Choi singing, performances featuring traditional Vietnamese musical instruments, traditional folk dances, dance competitions, flash mobs, music bands and contemporary dancing.
Major tourist attractions such as Sunworld Ba Na Hills, Than Tai mountain and Mikazuki Resort and Spa will offer various discounts to attract visitors during the holidays.
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