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Jetstar Pacific to increase flights in Da Nang-Taipei route from 31 Oct

According to Da Nang Today, Jetstar Pacific will increase flights between Da Nang and Taipei, Taiwan (China) to five round trips per week to meet rising travelling demand, announced the budget carrier on 26 October.

Jetstar Pacific will increase flights between the central city of Da Nang and Taipei, Taiwan (China) to five round trips per week to meet rising travelling demand

The new schedule will start from 31 October and the round trips will be operated on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Each leg will take two hours and 35 minutes.

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A representative of the airline said tickets of the additional flights are on sale, starting from only 280,000 VND (about 12 USD) per leg. The prices exclude tax and fee. Passengers can purchase tickets at the website www.jetstar.com, the hotline 19001550 and ticket agents nationwide.

Jetstar Pacific is the first low-cost carrier to launch Da Nang-Taipei route in December 2016, with three flights a week. To date, the airline has carried nearly 100,000 passengers between the two destinations.

The flight increase is expected to bolster tourism development and create favourable conditions for investors to travel to Viet Nam’s central region.

In addition to the Da Nang-Taipei route, Jetstar Pacific and Jetstar Group operate international routes connecting the city with Hong Kong (China), Osaka (Japan) and Singapore.

Jetstar Pacific, whose two major shareholders are Vietnam Airlines and Australia-based Qantas Group, is the first budget airline in Viet Nam. It operates flights between 16 destinations in Viet Nam and 180 others in 18 countries and territories around the world.

Statistics of the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan (China) show that more than 610,000 Taiwanese tourists travelled to Viet Nam in 2017. Meanwhile, there were over 380,000 Vietnamese visitors coming Taiwan in the period, a surge of 94.94 percent from a year earlier.

Moreover, the number of visitors joining the exchange programme between Viet Nam and Taiwan is projected to reach 1.5 million in 2018.

In the first half of this year, Da Nang welcomed more than 1.6 million foreign holidaymakers, up 47.1 percent year-on-year.

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Da Nang welcomes first direct flight from Daegu

According to SGGP online, the first direct flight from Daegu in South Korea to Da Nang City operated by the budget carrier Vietjet landed in Da Nang International Airport on July 19.

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Korean tourists in Da Nang

The daily flight takes the travel time around four hours and 15 minutes. The airplane will depart from Da Nang at 00:15 and arrive in Daegu at 6:30 (local time). The return flight will depart from Daegu at 7:30 and arrive in Da Nang at 10:00 (local time).

The new service is expected to meet the travelling demand of passengers between the two cities.

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Address: No 15, An Thuong 35 street, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang

Tel: 0236 3 951575 – 0901134989

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Đà Nẵng named green city of the year in Việt Nam

Đà Nẵng City has been given the title of National Green City 2017-18 by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)’s One Planet City Challenge programme, making it onto a list of 21 cities from around the world.

Vice chairman of the city’s people’s committee, Nguyễn Ngọc Tuấn, said the award was a tribute to the city’s endeavours over past decades to commit to sustainable development.

Đà Nẵng, along with other cities in Việt Nam including Huế, Hội An and Đông Hà, entered the One Planet City Challenge programme in 2017 to show how cities can become hubs for creativity, ambition and innovation in dealing with climate change.

The four cites qualified out of 132 metropolises from 23 countries, but Đà Nẵng was finally selected for the award.

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The city had submitted a target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 25 per cent from 2016, along with plans for solar power development, biofuel use, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) routes and wastewater treatment.

Public buses have been developed as environmentally friendly ways of getting around in Đà Nẵng. They help curb traffic congestion and reduce personal vehicle use. — VNS Photo Công Thành

According to a WWF statement, cities generate 70 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions, and the WWF’s One Planet City Challenge was a biennial competition that recognised and rewarded cities for developing infrastructure, housing, transport and mobility solutions to power the global transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient future.

It said 50 per cent of the global population lived in urban areas, and cities would be home to about 6 billion people by 2050.

Đà Nẵng City is giving top priority to high-tech and clean technology investment projects to become a green city by 2025.

In 2012, Đà Nẵng City was selected for an Asia-Pacific Economic Co-Operation project along with 20 low-carbon model cities with energy-efficient technologies, smart grids and renewable power generation.

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The city had cut 12,000 tonnes of carbon emissions through a pilot project of low-carbon models including battery-powered bicycles, renewable energy, a metro system and BRT.

Đà Nẵng City plans to build its first solar farm covering 6.7ha on the now-closed Khánh Sơn Landfill at a cost of $5 million, supplying 7.7 million kWh per year to the city’s power grid, and reducing nearly 5,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year.

The city has great renewable energy potential, with a 90km coastline, 2,000 hours of sunlight per year and an average wind speed of 3m per second.

According to the city’s Industry and Trade Department, around 30 per cent of the city’s population were using solar power for water heaters, while around 20 five-star hotels and resorts were using solar power water heating systems.

Solar panels at a park in the city. Renewable energy system has been developed at public sites in Đà Nẵng. — Photo courtesy Minh Vũ

The European Commission (EC) has also agreed to fund the city $415,000 to install solar equipment at health centres and schools, as well as research into solar technology capacity and management.

Đà Nẵng City has also been operating 20 battery-powered cars to serve tourists on the Sơn Trà Peninsula since 2012.

Japanese Mitsubishi plans to co-operate with Đà Nẵng City in the production of battery-powered cars in the near future.

In 2016, the WWF recognised Huế City as Việt Nam’s National Earth Hour Capital 2016 as part of the highly selective global Earth Hour City Challenge.

The One Planet City Challenge was designed by the WWF to mobilise action and support from cities in global climate efforts, including the goals now set forth by the Paris Agreement. About 400 cities in the world have joined the programme since 2011.

For your relaxing holiday in a hotel in Da Nang, make your reservation with us at Danang Beach Hotel or Danang Beach Homestay.

Danang Beach Hotel

Address: Lot 39, An Thuong 30 street, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang

Tel: 0236 3951 456 – 0914 075 072

Email: danangbeachhotel@gmail.com

Danang Beach Homestay

Address: No 15, An Thuong 35 street, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang

Tel: 0236 3 951575 – 0901134989

Email: danangbeachhomestay.vn@gmail.com

(Danang Beach Hotel & Homestay)

 


Luis Fonsi to bring super hit Despacito to Da Nang

According to VNA/ DA NANG Today, renowned Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Luis Fonsi will bring his super hit “Despacito” to the 2018 Cocofest music festival to be held at Cocobay Resort in Da Nang in July.

da-nang-beach-homestay-louis-fonsiFonsi, whose “Despacito” attracted a total of over 5 billion viewers on Youtube, will join other international and domestic artists at the largest music event in Asia on 6 and 7 July.

It is reported that another renowned international artist will be present at the event, but the organisers have kept the name of this artist a secret.

The 2018 Cocofest, which is expected to attract 30,000 participants in total, wants to bring new experience of music to local youths under the theme “Laugh. Love. Live. Repeat”,

According to director Nguyen Viet Tu, Cocofest is hoped to become a cultural symbol of Da Nang, and turn the coastal city into a destination for superstars worldwide.

Besides music, the festival will also feature various sidelines activities, promising to entertain visitors.

Luis Fonsi took the world’s music by storm with his pop song “Despacito” (Slowly). The song was ranked fifth among the best Latin songs of all time by New York-based entertainment media brand Billboard last year.

For your perfect holiday in a hotel near Da Nang beaches, make your reservation with us at Danang Beach Hotel or Danang Beach Homestay.

Danang Beach Hotel 

Address: Lot 39, An Thuong 30 street, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang

Tel: 0236 3951 456 – 0914 075 072

Email: danangbeachhotel@gmail.com

Danang Beach Homestay

Address: No 15, An Thuong 35 street, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang

Tel: 0236 3 951575 – 0901134989

Email: danangbeachhomestay.vn@gmail.com

(Danang Beach Hotel/Homestay)

 


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