Trash threatens Da Nang coral reef Videos

Trash threatens Da Nang coral reef

Son Tra peninsula has one of the country’s most stunning coral reefs with economic and natural value. However, with increasing tourism activities, rubbish has become a major threat to the coral reef.
First Dong Hoi - Da Nang flight launched Society

First Dong Hoi - Da Nang flight launched

Hai Au Aviation (HAA) has launched a flight between Da Nang city and Dong Hoi, the capital city of Quang Binh province – the first service for aerial sightseeing between the two popular destinations in central Vietnam.
Da Nang moves to protect rare primates Videos

Da Nang moves to protect rare primates

The red-shanked douc largur is considered a rare primate and is listed in Vietnam’s Red Book. They are often seen as the symbol of Son Tra peninsula. However, the growing numbers of visitors
Da Nang ready for peak tourism season Videos

Da Nang ready for peak tourism season

Da Nang rolled in the tourism season with a programme titled ‘Sea tourism season kick-off” from April 26 to May 2 with various activities taking place at East Sea Park, beaches and Son Tra peninsula.
Youth join hands to clean up Son Tra peninsula Videos

Youth join hands to clean up Son Tra peninsula

A group of young people in the central city of Da Nang have joined hands to pick up trash on Son Tra peninsula, spreading awareness of environmental protection in response to the #Trashtag Challenge.
Forum promotes green tourism in Vietnam Environment

Forum promotes green tourism in Vietnam

Vietnam is moving towards a green tourism development, which is associated with environmental protection and promotion of traditional cultural values, according to Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Le Quang Tung.
Da Nang targets over 8 million visitors in 2019 Travel

Da Nang targets over 8 million visitors in 2019

The central coastal city of Da Nang has set the target of welcoming 8.19 million visitors in 2019, including 3.19 million foreigners, a year-on-year rise of 6.9 percent and 11 percent, respectively.