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Furuma Resort and Vietjet come together

Released at: 09:54, 10/09/2015

Furuma Resort and Vietjet come together

Resort and airline offering promotional package of $460 with return tickets and three days and two nights at Furama Resort Danang.

by Hoai An

Furuma Resort Danang has cooperated with budget carrier Vietjet Air to announce a promotional package of flights and three days and two nights for two people at Furama Resort for VND9.8 million ($460). The promotional program will be available from September 7 to December 12.

The offer includes two return air tickets from Vietjet Air with a 15 kg checked baggage allowance per passenger from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Da Nang, two nights in a Garden View Suite for two, a shuttle bus from and to Danang International Airport, buffet breakfast for two at Café Indochine restaurant, a free shuttle bus to Hoi An ancient town, a 15 per cent discount on sports activities on Furama’s beach and its spa services, a 10 per cent discount at the Seafood Market buffet dinner, and entertainment and other attractions.

Furuma Villas also offers a 50 per cent discount of its room rates for villas and converts this discount for use at the food services at the resort, which are a strength of Furama Danang.

“In the last months of the year until Christmas and New Year, Furuma always provides promotional programs to give guests the most special experiences and contribute to improving the city’s tourism industry,” said General Manager of Furuma Resort Danang, Mr. Mathias Wiesmann.  

Danang’s tourism industry recently achieved incredible growth, welcoming over 3.3 million visitors in the first eight months of 2015, according to figures from the city’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. In the remaining months of the year the challenge continues to attract more visitors to what has become known as “the most livable city in Vietnam”.

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