Ariyana Da Nang convention center inaugurated

The inaugural ceremony of China's Consulate General in Da Nang (Source: VNA)   Da Nang (VNA) – China inaugurated its Consulate General in Vietnam’s central city of Da Nang on October 13. Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Vice Chairman of the Da Nang People’s Committee Ho Ky Minh said relations between Vietnam and China, as well as between Da Nang and Chinese localities are thriving. Da Nang has established the friendship and cooperation with four localities of China, he said, noting that investment and trade links between Da Nang and Chinese organisations and businesses have…... [read more]

Investors are taking advantage of convenient climate to accelerate the building of key constructions serving the 2017 APEC Summit in Da Nang city. The Ariyana Da Nang Exhibition and Convention Centre (ADECC) is chosen to be the place for the APEC CEO Summit. The 3-storey construction provides a floor area of over 10,600 square metres and is able to receive 2,150 people. It is expected to be in trial use this May. BTA (Photos: [read more]

Han river (Source: VNA) Da Nang (VNA) – The public security force of the central city of Da Nang has approved a plan to ensure security and order at the 24th High-Level Week of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) slated for November. The week is expected to attract leaders from 21 member economies and thousands of official delegates, foreign correspondents and the world’s top businesses, during which, the APEC CEO Summit, the APEC Business Advisory Council Dialogue with Partners, and the Inter-Ministerial Meeting of APEC Foreign and Economic Ministers will be held. The city has also established a security-order sub-committee.…... [read more]

The new joint United Kingdom and Australia Visa Application Center has been inaugurated in the central city to help those in central Vietnam apply for UK and Australian visas. The center, which is located at ACB Tower, 218 Bach Dang Street, is open from Monday to Friday, and will also be open on Saturday mornings for those willing to pay an extra fee. Applicants in central Vietnam no longer have to travel to either Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to apply for visas. The British Deputy Head of Mission Stephen Lysaght hoped that the visa center would encourage more…... [read more]

Vietnam’s prime minister has approved a resort plan that will cover over half of the famous Son Tra Peninsula. Construction overkill on the Son Tra Peninsula, home to the biggest langur population in Vietnam, could be turning the popular central city of Da Nang into the most suffocating city in Vietnam. The city's government has announced a plan to develop the eastern part of the peninsula into a resort area, with construction covering around 2,900 hectares, or around half of the peninsula. The plan has been approved by the prime minister. Hoang Su, former director of the Da Nang Urban…... [read more]

The People's Committee of Da Nang City held an opening ceremony of the integrated political administration center (IPAC) on September 8. The building will be headquarters of 24 state departments of the city with its capacity of 1,600 officials. Besides, it can serve about 600 guests every day. The project started in 2008 at a total cost of VND2, 000 billion. The 37-story administrative tower of the central city of Da Nang is designed like a lighthouse, overlooking the sea. Located at Tran Phu - Ly Tu Trong intersection, overlooking the Han River, the building covers an area of 23.318…... [read more]

A new international terminal has been put into operation at the international airport in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang. A new international terminal has been put into operation at the international airport in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang. Several major carriers in Vietnam have begun operating flights and services at the new T2 terminal of the Da Nang International Airport on Tuesday. The new facility includes 40 check-in counters, 42 counters at immigration for exit and entry procedures, along with ten additional departure gates, according to airport management. The new venue is expected to serve some…... [read more]

Vietnam's longest suspension bridge, Thuan Phuoc Bridge, Da Nang City, was inaugurated and opened to traffic on July 19. Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, the deputy chairman of National Assembly, Huynh Ngoc Son, and Da Nang authorities attended. Speaking at the ceremony, Prime Minister Dung praised Da Nang authorities and residents' efforts, as well as the work of consultants, investors and managers who worked hard and overcome difficulties to accomplish Thuan Phuoc Bridge. Da Nang authorities mobilized all of its resources to build Vietnam's most modern and longest suspension bridge as a contribution to developing local transport infrastructure, and giving…... [read more]

Authorities in the central city of Da Nang have agreed to transform one of its streets into a book street, now open in Ho Chi Minh City, with another due to be inaugurated in Hanoi, officials said last week. The administration of Da Nang has approved the proposal of Thai Ha Books Joint-stock Company (Thai Ha Books JSC) to operate a book street on Bach Dang Street, a spokesperson for the firm said on January 28. The company’s proposal, which was submitted for approval on January 4, is to convert Bach Dang Street, which curves along the Han River, into…... [read more]

During a visit to southern provinces of Laos PDR on 8 March, the delegation of Da Nang leaders led by standing deputy-secretary of the Municipal Communist Party Committee, Mr. Tran Tho, met with the leaders of Sekong Province. Deputy-secretary Tho highly appreciated the results of cooperation between the two localities including carrying out Da Nang's projects in support of Sekong such as human resource training, husbandry development, construction of a friendship primary school and the provincial politics-administration school. These have contributed to tightening the united and close relationship between Da Nang and Sekong. Inauguration of Sekong politics-administration school Mr. Khampheui…... [read more]