Vietnam #1 Luxury Beach Resort – Furama Resort Danang 

Furama Resort Danang

Furama Resort Danang

Furama Resort Danang is a true icon of Vietnam tourism located on the Central Coast of Vietnam (Da Nang City). This luxurious five-star beach resort blends French colonial style with traditional Vietnamese architecture. Each room (there are 198 rooms) features a spacious private balcony with a view of the ocean or a fresh water swimming lagoon or tropical garden. Positioned on world-famous China Beach, voted by Forbes Magazine as one of the six most luxurious beaches in the world the multi-award winning Resort is committed to world-class service and facilities.

Furama Resort Danang Interior

Furama Resort Danang Interior

The Resort is consistently voted as Vietnam’s No 1 Resort and one of the very best in South-East Asia. Furama Resort Danang aims to make your stay in Vietnam a unique and unforgettable experience. Whether you prefer to be active or just relax, Furama Resort Da Nang offers a whole range of recreational with perfect fitness center and sports facilities or cultural activities with high-class packages to suit everyone.  Day-trips for groups, couples or individual guests are  organised to major historic World Heritage sites, as well as tours of the local city Danang. Some attractions can be combined in a single tour. It is more than an idyllic tropical retreat Furama is an ideal base to explore one of Asia’s most exciting up and coming destinations.

 

 

 

Da Nang City Vietnam

Da Nang City Vietnam

Da Nang City (About the location):

Da Nang, Vietnam’s third largest city, is right at the heart of what was once the ancient Kingdom of Champa (home of the Cham civilization). This busy seaport of nearly one million people is an important trading and transport link between the capital of Hanoi in the north and the thriving commercial centre of Ho Chi Minh City in the south. Da Nang’s colourful history is reflected in its colonial architecture, remnants from the days when the French and Spanish occupied the area during the 19th centuries. Today, visitors can take tricycle (cyclo) rides along tree-lined avenues and relax at a variety of riverside cafes and restaurants.



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