Da Nang re-operates nightlife activities on Han River
According to the Deputy Director of Da Nang Department of Tourism, Nguyen Xuan Binh, the program aims to create a joyful and exciting atmosphere for people and visitors in the early days of 2021, at the same time re-establishing nightlife tourism activities in Han river, to provide visitors with impressive and interesting experiences after a long break due to COVID-19 pandemic, thereby actively stimulate tourism, promote the development of domestic tourism.
The program takes place for 2 nights, January 1, and January 2. Visitors who registered to participate in the tour have to go to the Han River port area to receive tickets and do the boat boarding procedures. The night cruise tour lasts for more than 60 minutes. 15 yachts will depart simultaneously at 8 pm each night, from the Han River port to move through the bridges across the Han River to Tran Thi Ly Bridge and stop for visitors to see the Dragon Bridge spewing fire and water. On the yacht, tourists can enjoy the performing arts before departure. Each yacht includes necessary services.
Eager to take pictures and capture beautiful moments on the yacht, Ms. Minh Thu, a tourist said, this was the first time she had experienced a boat ride on the Han River. Therefore, she felt very exciting. Thanks to the trip, she had the opportunity to see the Han river and the city of Da Nang from a different angle.
Right on the first night (January 1, 2021), nearly 1,000 passengers experienced a tour to admire the Han River. Da Nang city has also deployed many cultural and artistic performances in public places in the area, such as the New Year’s countdown festival 2021 … to serve the local people and tourists during the New Year holiday.
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