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Broadway Night – Furama Resort Danang's unique end-of-year celebration was successfully held at the newly opened Ariyana Convention Centre on December 31st, 2017.

The spectacular night of culture, art, and entertainment featured a blend of the finest musical excerpts with the marvelous interaction between music, lights effects and stage designs, delighting more than 500 guests with one surprise after another which they will cherish for a long time.

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According to Danang municipal Department of Tourism, the city has seen a significant growth in the number of foreign tourist arrivals in 2017.

It is estimated that the total number of visitors coming to Danang city has reached 6.6 million in 2017, rising by 19% compared to 2016 and achieving 104.8% of this year's target.

The total number of foreign visitor arrivals is expected to have increased 36.8% compared to 2016 to 2.3 million this year, achieving 114.7% of 2017's target. About 4.3 million domestic guests are predicted to have visited Danang in 2017, rising by 11.3% against 2016, obtaining 100.1% of this year's target.

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Presentation of lifeguard certificates

Danang, June 2013 - Furama Resort Danang is once again proud to have played host this past week to the 9th Danang Beach Surf Life Saving Club's Vietnam Surf and Pool Rescue training course.

Lifeguards from Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort and Spa, Fusion Maia Danang, Pullmans Resort Danang, the Hyatt Danang and the Nam Hai joined Furama's lifeguard recruits joined this six day course, which was celebrated with a formal awards ceremony on Saturday evening, 8th June 2013.

The nine participants undertook intensive training with Furama's volunteer instructor from Surf Life Saving Australia,  Ms. Stephanie McGuinness, who has been working alongside Quentin Derrick (Director, English Language Institute) to establish the Surf Life Saving Vietnam. Danang Beach Surf Life Saving Club currently based at Furama Resort is the first of many clubs which will improve beach safety and reduce drowning deaths across Vietnam.

The course covered patient care and first aid as well as surf and pool rescue techniques. Lifeguards learnt how the human body works, about the potential dangers of the beach and pool and how to reduce their impacts on people. They practised working together as water safety teams and how to operate efficiently and effectively on the job.

The lifeguards' efforts were recognized formally with the presentation of internationally recognized certificates to the successful participants by the management of the resort.

Also attending the ceremony were 8 already qualified lifeguards who attended a re qualification session with Ms McGuiness in order to maintain their award. They received 're-qualification' certificates, having successfully completed a refresher course .

The Surf and Pool Rescue Certificate is an Internationally accredited certificate comprising of a Surf Rescue Certificate (issued by Surf Life Saving Australia) and a Junior Life Saver certification (issued by the International Life Saving Federation). It requires lifesavers to undertake annual re-qualification which includes testing their rescue skills, knowledge and fitness. It is also an important opportunity to update their training with cutting edge lifesaving methods and to connect with other lifeguards.

Ms McGuinness will return to Australia in September and Danang Beach Surf Lifesaving Club and Furama look forward to the arrival of a new SLSA instructor to continue this important training and development program.

Furama Resort congratulates all attending lifeguards!

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