Son Tra lighthouse Danang

SON TRA LIGHTHOUSE DANANG. The Son Tra Peninsula is considered an Elysium in the center of Danang city. Traveling on bendy roads, rolling around the mountain foot, tourists will surely be impressed by Linh Ung Pagoda where the earth meets the sky as well as by the simple but poetic Son Tra lighthouse. Built by the French in the 1950s, with a height of more than 200 meters above the sea level, Son Tra lighthouse is one of the most beautiful lighthouses in Vietnam.

The Son Tra Peninsula is considered an Elysium in the center of Danang city. Traveling on bendy roads, rolling around the mountain foot, tourists will surely be impressed by Linh Ung Pagoda where the earth meets the sky as well as by the simple but poetic Son Tra lighthouse. Built by the French in the 1950s, with a height of more than 200 meters above the sea level, Son Tra lighthouse is one of the most beautiful lighthouses in Vietnam.

In the midst of white clouds, green plants, and blue sea, the lighthouse stands superbly and majestically, braving tough sea waves and strong mountain winds. From the lighthouse, tourists can have a good overview of a vast area below, enjoy fresh air, cool winds from the sea and feel the fragrance of the nearby forest. Decorated with rustic blue wooden windows and rose-mallow, the lighthouse looks fanciful, mysterious and sparkling on an early foggy morning.

The difference between Son Tra lighthouse and other famous resorts in Sapa, Dalat is that tourists can feel the coolness of the mountain wind and feel the salty air of the East Sea. In spring, millettia ichthyochtona flowers dye cliffs purple while other kinds of flowers along the path leading to the lighthouse, so tourists can feel peaceful while contemplating the whole city from a height in the mist with extreme pleasure. For those who want to be in a peaceful place, different from bustling cities, Son Tra lighthouse is an ideal place to visit.

Source: en.qdnd.vn

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Risemount Premier Resort Danang

he first resort in Vietnam featuring architecture inspired by the enchanting beauty of Santorini Island in Greece, Risemount Premier Resort Danang is located just ten minutes away from Da Nang International Airport and near the city center and the dreamlike My Khe Beach. Opened in 2016, the 1,000 sq m resort officially received five-star certification from the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in June.

The first resort in Vietnam featuring architecture inspired by the enchanting beauty of Santorini Island in Greece, Risemount Premier Resort Danang is located just ten minutes away from Da Nang International Airport and near the city center and the dreamlike My Khe Beach. Opened in 2016, the 1,000 sq m resort officially received five-star certification from the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in June.

From the time they first enter, guests can take in fresh, open spaces in blue with vaulted ceilings, inviting them to experience Vietnam the Santorini way. The resort has been reviewed as being ideal for businesspeople as well as visitors to the beautiful coastal city. Ms. Bui Thi Phuong Nhung, General Manager of Risemount Premier Resort Danang, is proud of its strength as the first Mediterranean-style resort in the country, combining a variety of open spaces and colors typical of the Mediterranean.

It comprises 103 rooms in a range of categories. All are individually designed with guests in mind and feature a bright, clean concept with an emphasis on style and livability. Most are similar, with size being the main difference.

The Superior rooms feature a skylight bringing in natural light and are well-appointed, with an open sitting area that provides comfort, while Elite Deluxe rooms are spacious in size and luxurious in style and facilities, featuring a premium sitting area with a veranda offering beautiful views over the stunning pool or the vibrant city. Larger in size, Deluxe rooms have an astonishing view over the Courtyard Pool or the city. Featuring a comfortable seating area and quality furnishings, with coral blue and white dominating, all details evoke a strong sense of Santorini.

A contemporary design along with luxurious furniture and amazing views of the stunning pool are the unique features of the Junior Suite rooms. With a separate large wardrobe and spacious premium living area, it certainly makes any stay a memorable experience. All dreams come to life in the resort’s magnificent Santorini Suite, where guest can spend romantic days and nights in the comfortable bedroom, relax in the stylish living room, dine in the premium dining area, and pamper themselves in the luxurious bathtub or shower. The room also features picturesque pool views through a full glass window. Finally, as Risemount’s optimum level of luxury, the Duplex Residence invites the most discerning of guest to experience the true art of living. All rooms come with a spacious living room, two elegant bedrooms, and a private rooftop balcony where you can enjoy relaxing moments.

Besides its special design, Risemount Premier Resort Danang also offers mouth-watering cuisine at La Maison, with dishes from all over the world. The Elia Lounge, meanwhile, is the perfect spot to enjoy tea and aromatic coffee, or they can sip on signature drinks and refreshing cocktails at Kapari. The resort offers the perfect mix of open-air and indoor dining and drinking options as well as 24-hour room service.

Many functional areas are also found at the resort. The 550-seat convention hall boasts arched ceilings, wooden floors and classic chandeliers for important events such as weddings or private or corporate events. There are two swimming pools: a central pool on the first floor and another on the fourth floor. Many guests prefer to swim in the upper pool because it is more isolated and has a nice view over the city. In particular, Kapari is located next to the swimming pool and an amazing place to sip on a cocktail or enjoy a cup of coffee under a blue sky with a cooling sea breeze.

“At Risemount Premier Resort Danang, you can barely find a spot that is not perfect,” one guest wrote on his blog. “Just move one step and you have a new photo, or move two steps and have three new photos. If I didn’t say I was in Da Nang, people would think I was abroad. The resort made me feel like I was no longer in central Vietnam, and like I’d gone half way across the world to Greece and Santorini Island.”

The Risemount Premier Resort Danang has been rated as an excellent resort on Agoda.com, with 8.6 points. Ms. Nhung said that the challenge for the resort is to continue to develop, improving its service quality in a new style: “Resort in the City”. She also believes there is a great deal of potential to develop the resort due to Danang being the most beautiful city on the central coast and with one of the longest beaches in the world. The city is looking to become a green – clean – beautiful tourist city. “With its unique design, Risemount Premier Resort Danang will be hard at work trying to develop the Risemount brand into a resort chain – restaurant – hotel managed by Vietnamese,” she added.

Source: vneconomictimes

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Hoi An ancient town

Hoi An Ancient Town is UNESCO heritage site, since 1990. Located in Vietnam, in the province of Quang Nam, only 30 km from Danang. Hoi An was known as a cargo harbor from the 15th to 19th century. Although the port of Hoi An was officially founded by Lord Nguyen in 1595, these areas have previously been inhabited at least 2200 years ago. Hoi An Ancient Town (會安) translates as "peaceful meeting place". In English and other European languages, the town was known historically as Faifo. This word is derived from Vietnamese Hội An phố (the town of Hội An), which was shortened to "Hoi-pho", and then to "Faifo". Originally, Hai Pho was a divided town with the Japanese settlement across the "Japanese Bridge" (16th-17th century). The bridge (Chùa cầu) is a unique covered structure built by the Japanese, the only known covered bridge with a Buddhist temple attached to one side. Hoi An port loses its shine when the European shipbuilding evolved and they were able to get into the Danang Bay by large merchant ships. Moreover, the Danang became the main port for trade in central Vietnam. Large merchant ships arrived from Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, United Kingdom and from America. The first Christian missionaries also visited the Hoi An, which made Hoi An the first city in Vietnam, that encountered Christianity.

Hoi An Ancient Town is the UNESCO World Heritage site, since 1990. Located in Vietnam, in the province of Quang Nam, only 30 km from Danang. Hoi An Ancient Town was known as a cargo harbor from the 15th to 19th centuries. Although the port of Hoi An was officially founded by Lord Nguyen in 1595, these areas have previously been inhabited at least 2200 years ago. 

Hoi An (Hội An – 會安) translates as a “peaceful meeting place”. In English and other European languages, the town was known historically as Faifo. This word is derived from Vietnamese Hội An phố (the town of Hội An), which was shortened to “Hoi-pho”, and then to “Faifo”. Originally, Hai Pho was a divided town with the Japanese settlement across the “Japanese Bridge” (16th-17th century). The bridge (Chùa cầu) is a unique covered structure built by the Japanese, the only known covered bridge with a Buddhist temple attached to one side.

Hoi An port loses its shine when the European shipbuilding evolved and they were able to get into the Danang Bay by large merchant ships. Moreover, the Danang became slowly the main port for trade, in central Vietnam. Large merchant ships arrived from Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, United Kingdom and America. The first Christian missionaries also visited the Hoi An, which made Hoi An the first city in Vietnam, that encountered Christianity.

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Hue Imperial City

HUE IMPERIAL CITY The Imperial city (Hoàng Thành) lies in the city of Hue, which was once the former capital of Vietnam. The Hue Imperial city is 100 km from Danang (Da Nang, Đà Nẵng), the third largest city in Vietnam, located on the shores of the Chinese coast between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, with approximately 800 km from both cities. HUE HISTORY In 1802 Emperor Gia Long founded Nguyen Dynasty and changed Hanoi to Hue. His idea was to reunification North and South Vietnam and he began the construction of the Hue Citadel. The Hue flourished where the rulers tried to fight for the increasing influence of France at any cost. In the year 1885 the French forces responded to an attack of North Vietnam and attacked the Hue Citadel, they burning down the royal library, and collected all precious from citadel. The royal goverment remained in Hue, but they was no longer invited to events of national importance and to various holidays. During the 1968 all world attention was again given to Hue. Although the Americans focused exclusively on protecting the Khe Sanh military base, the North Vietnamese and Viet-Kong troops captured Hue. It was a main news theme in the press all over the world. During the three-and-a-half week period when North Vietnam controlled the citadel, more than 2,500 people were killed (eg, soldiers, wealthy merchants, government employees, monks, priests and other intellectuals). They named them lackeys, who have a blood debt. The United States and South Vietnam responded by sweeping all the neighboring quarters from the ground completely, where they also used a napalm bomb. About 10,000 people were killed in Hue city, including thousands of Viet-kong soliders, 400 South Vietnamese soldiers, 150 US Marines and the rest were civilians. The memoirs of journalist Gavin Young from 1997.

The Hue Imperial city (Hoàng Thành) lies 100 km from Danang, which was once the former capital of Vietnam. Danang (Da Nang, Đà Nẵng) is the third-largest city in Vietnam, located on the shores of the Chinese coast between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, with approximately 800 km from both cities. 

In 1802 Emperor Gia Long founded Nguyen Dynasty and changed Hanoi to Hue. His idea was to reunification North and South Vietnam and he began the construction of the Hue Citadel. The Hue flourished were the rulers tried to fight for the increasing influence of France at any cost. In the year 1885, the French forces responded to an attack of North Vietnam and attacked the Hue Citadel, they burned down the royal library and collected all precious from the citadel. The royal government remained in Hue, but they were no longer invited to events of national importance and to various holidays.

During 1968 all world attention was again given to Hue. Although the Americans focused exclusively on protecting the Khe Sanh military base, the North Vietnamese and Viet-Kong troops captured Hue.

With a three-and-a-half week period when North Vietnam controlled the citadel, more than 2,500 people were killed (eg, soldiers, government employees, monks, and other intellectuals). They named them lackeys, who have a blood debt. The United States and South Vietnam responded by sweeping all the neighboring quarters from the ground completely, where they also used a napalm bomb. Around 10,000 people were killed in Hue city.

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Hue cyclo tour

Cyclo tours are popular transport around tourist destinations, including Hue imperial city. Cyclos are a common means of transport for both locals and visitors to the city. Taking a cyclo tour and riding through the streets is a leisurely sightseeing experience to discover the hidden charms of Hue.

Cyclo tours are popular transport around tourist destinations, including Hue imperial city. Cyclos are a common means of transport for both locals and visitors to the city. Taking a cyclo tour and riding through the streets is a leisurely sightseeing experience to discover the hidden charms of Hue.  

“For just VND150,000, you can travel across the city.” The ads spoken in an authentic Hue accent by cyclo drivers are too attractive for visitors to deny.

On the cyclo, painted green or purple, visitors will have an unobstructed view as they move slowly enough to see everything along the street, listening to the clicking sounds when pedaling while learning all about the city through the drivers’ guidance.

There are around 5,000 registered cyclos in Hue, which are available at every corner of the city’s tourist attractions: around the Imperial city, along Huong (Perfume) River, Truong Tien Bridge, and Dong Ba Market.

Not only serving tourists, but cyclos are also used in weddings and engagement ceremonies in Hue.

Looking back to the past, when living conditions were more difficult, cyclos were the major means of transport for ordinary people, particularly among the poor who couldn’t afford to have their own vehicles.

As urbanization and modernization have gradually reached the city, xe om bikers and taxis have become dominant on the streets. It was thought that cyclos would be replaced and disappear. However, cycle rickshaws are still busily pedaling across the city.

Since Hue has become an attractive destination for visitors to Vietnam’s central region, cyclo tours have received more appreciation from both tourists and local authorities, helping to improve the living conditions of cyclo drivers.

According to a veteran cyclo driver, a standard cyclo should not be so high as to subject passengers to strong breezes, while it should not be so low that passengers are unable to take in the sights.

During the tour, visitors can stop by any place they want to take photos or taste local dishes while the drivers wait politely nearby. According to cyclo driver Nguyen Van Tuan, who has 50 years of working experience, the job is seasonal, from Tet (Lunar New Year) festival to the seventh lunar month, when the weather is favorable for passengers to take a cyclo tour. From the seventh lunar month to the end of the year, it is the rainy season.

Visitors often dub cyclo drivers in Hue as a living dictionary as they can narrate detailed stories about the imperial city in the past as well as the present day. They also have a bunch of great tips, what to do, where to go, what to eat, where and how to buy souvenirs at the most reasonable prices.

Often serving foreigners, it is not surprising that some drivers can speak both English and French fluently.

Since the 1970s and 1980s, every cyclo had to be registered with a number plate. However, over recent years, a number of cyclos have been operating without registration, and they often play tricks and show bad behavior towards tourists.

Consequently, the unregistered cyclos, which have been reported in local newspapers as well as on tourist forums for foreigners, can leave international visitors unwilling to use the service and it can also damage the image of the city’s tourism sector.

To address the problem, trade unions of cyclo drivers have been established, which run under the management of Hue City Trade Union, in order to provide proper training in communication skills and the provision of tourist information for the drivers. SOURCE: NDO

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Da Nang named green city

Da Nang 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.

Da Nang 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 program, making it onto a list of 21 cities from around the world. Vice-Chairman of the municipal people’s committee Nguyen Ngoc Tuan, said the award was a tribute to the city’s endeavors over past decades to commit to sustainable development.  

Da Nang, along with other cities in Vietnam including Hue, Hoi An, and Dong Ha, entered the One Planet City Challenge program 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 Da Nang was finally selected for the award.

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

According to a WWF statement, cities generate 70 percent of the world’s carbon emissions, and the WWF’s One Planet City Challenge was a biennial competition that recognized 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 percent of the global population lived in urban areas, and cities would be home to about 6 billion people by 2050.

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

In 2012, Da Nang city was selected for an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation project along with 20 low-carbon model cities with energy-efficient technologies, smart grids and renewable power generation.

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.

Da Nang city plans to build its first solar farm covering 6.7ha on the now-closed Khanh Son Landfill at a cost of 5 million USD, 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 percent 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.

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

Da Nang city has also been operating 20 battery-powered cars to serve tourists on the Son Tra Peninsula since 2012. Japanese Mitsubishi plans to cooperate with Da Nang City in the production of battery-powered cars in the near future.

In 2016, the WWF recognized Hue city as Vietnam’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 mobilize 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 program since 2011.

Son Tra Peninsula: The best day trip around Da Nang
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Digital projects helps preserve Hue historical monuments

Digital project helps preserve Hue historical monuments. The Prime Minister approved an Adjusted Planning Framework for the Complex of Hue Monuments from 2010-2020 in June 2010, laying grounds for the province’s preservation work. As the result, more than 170 relics have been preserved, repaired and restored so far, including Ngo Mon (Meridian Gate), Dien Thai Hoa (Palace of Supreme Harmony), Hien Lam Cac (Pavilion of Radiant Benevolence from On-High), The Mieu (Complex of the Temple for the Worship of the Nguyen Emperors), Cung Truong Sanh (Truong Sanh Royal Palace), Dan Nam Giao (Esplanade of Sacrifice to the Heaven and Earth), Tomb of King Gia Long and Chua Thien Mu (Celestial Lady Pagoda).

DIGITAL PROJECTS HELPS PRESERVE HUE HISTORICAL  MONUMENTS:  A data digitization project has been implemented in the Complex of Hue Monuments in the central province of Thue Thien – Hue to improve the management and preservation of Tu Duc Tomb and An Dinh Palace. The project is a partnership between the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre, and two US firms – CyArk and Seagate Technology. Accordingly, all the data and images capturing Tu Duc Tomb and An Dinh Palace will be turned into photo-real 3D models to help enhance the efficiency and accuracy of the research, conservation, and restoration of Hue Monuments.

Director of the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre Phan Thanh Hai said CyArk and Seagate Technology are leading providers of data storage solutions in the world and this is the first time they have worked on an important cultural preservation project in Vietnam. Technologies provided by Seagate enable CyArk to store, protect and process safely the relevant data that it collects, he said.

To implement the project, CyArk conducted aerial surveys by unmanned aircraft drones, terrestrial laser scanning known as LiDAR, and field observation at Tu Duc Tomb and An Dinh Palace. CyArk will produce 3D models and architectural drawings to aid the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre in the conservation and management of the site.

Seagate and CyArk will support each other both in the field and the office with their data-storage solutions. Hai said the effectiveness of this project is not only reflected in the aspect of advanced storage technology to help manage, preserve Hue’s relic sites with 3D models and promote cultural values of the complex but also helps popularize knowledge of history, culture and architecture to people, especially youths, thus raising their awareness of protecting the national cultural heritage sites.

The digital preservation project also helps promote the global prominence value of Tu Duc Tomb – the relic site that has important cultural significance for Vietnamese people, he added. The Complex of Hue Monuments site has suffered from the effects of wars, as well as modern development and expanding human settlements. In addition, climate change and natural disasters such as floods are other potential problems for the long-term management of the monuments.

The central province of Thua Thien-Hue has put many efforts to preserve and restore relics of the UNESCO-recognized Complex. The province has allocated over 1.46 trillion VND (64.24 million USD) for funding the relic preservation and restoration between 1996 and 2017, including 933 billion VND (41 million USD) for the 2010-2017 period.

The Prime Minister approved an Adjusted Planning Framework for the Complex of Hue Monuments from 2010-2020 in June 2010, laying grounds for the province’s preservation work. As the result, more than 170 relics have been preserved, repaired and restored so far, including Ngo Mon (Meridian Gate), Dien Thai Hoa (Palace of Supreme Harmony), Hien Lam Cac (Pavilion of Radiant Benevolence from On-High), The Mieu (Complex of the Temple for the Worship of the Nguyen Emperors), Cung Truong Sanh (Truong Sanh Royal Palace), Dan Nam Giao (Esplanade of Sacrifice to the Heaven and Earth), Tomb of King Gia Long and Chua Thien Mu (Celestial Lady Pagoda).

The Hue Monuments Conservation Centre has carried out several studies to learn about ancient brick flooring, wells, and history of each monument inside the complex. It has also collected royal decrees of the Nguyen Dynasty, produced publications on royal records and heritages and made archives of Nha Nhac (Royal court music) – intangible heritage recognized by UNESCO  in 2003. The centre has been supported by international foundations, institutes and organizations from Japan, the US, France, Germany, and Poland, which provided funding for the conservation and training for its staff to improve their capacity. Japan has provided aid for relic conservation in Hue since 1990.

The first large-scale project with Japanese funding, 100,000 USD, was to restore the Ngo Mon – the main gate to the Hoang Thanh (Imperial City) and a symbol of Hue. A team of experts from Germany helped restore frescos in An Dinh Palace while those from Poland have supported the province in white ant prevention and restoration of To Mieu Temple Complex.

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