13.01.2022, 12:54

The 700 billion parks on the banks of the Han River in Da Nang takes shape, ready to welcome guests

APEC Da Nang Park, expanded with a total investment of more than 700 billion VND, is about to be inaugurated. When put into operation, the project will become an architectural and cultural highlight in the center of Da Nang city.

The 700 billion parks on the banks of the Han River in Da Nang takes shape, ready to welcome guests
The expanded APEC park (Binh Hien Ward, Hai Chau District, Da Nang) was started on October 15, 2020, with a total investment of more than VND 759 billion. The project is built on an area of ​​8,668m2, the East borders the extended Bach Dang road, the West borders the 2/9 road, the South borders Binh Minh 4 road, and the North borders the current APEC Park (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
An impressive highlight is the kite-shaped dome that winds like white waves in the middle of the park (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The project is expanded from the APEC Park with an area of ​​3,000m2, built-in 2017, on the occasion of the 2017 APEC Summit Week in Da Nang (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The complex of works includes: Green park area, lawns, walkways, gardens … are raised from low to high (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The first floor is arranged as a resting space, a service area selling souvenirs, a tourist information area for visitors to visit and a public toilet area… (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The 2nd floor is arranged with community living space, trees, ramps, walkways, lake… (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The highlight of the project is the dome of the High Flying Kite, made from nearly 200 tons of steel (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The meaning of the dome represents the constantly changing urban face, along with the dynamic city stature of the Central region. At the same time, showing the comprehensive development of Da Nang city (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
According to Mr. Nguyen Huu Nhat, Director of Danang Urban Development and Infrastructure Construction Investment Projects Management Board, up to now, the expanded APEC park has been nearly 100% completed. Workers clean up the final stages (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
According to Mr. Nhat, the Covid-19 epidemic caused the progress of the project to be affected and took longer than expected (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The basement is arranged as a place for public parking and infrastructure and technical rooms (Photo: Nguyen Tri).
The workers are actively completing the final stages such as: Planting grass, cleaning glass doors, perfecting the electrical system … before the park is inaugurated and welcoming visitors to visit and play (Photo: Nguyen Tri) ).

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