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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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Welcome to Mr. David Field, volunteer from Surf Life Saving Australia – Furama’s getting ready for Summer!

Furama Resort has, for over 15 years, maintained a strong relationship with Royal Life Saving Australia and more recently with Surf Life Saving Australia to enable the hotel to offer the safest possible aquatic environment for guests. The hotel also provides support for local water safety initiatives and is the base for the Danang Beach junior surf lifesaving program (Nippers).

Furama has hosted 3 Lifesaving Development Officers including Mr David Field. David is based at Furama in his role of Surf Life Saving Development Officer for Surf Life Saving Vietnam. The aim of this INGO is to develop water safety initiatives and improve the level of lifeguard training to reduce the drowning rate in Vietnam. Drowning is one of the leading causes of accidental death in the developing world and the principal cause of accidental death in the very young.

David has been a volunteer lifesaver in Australia for over 30 years and a professional lifeguard for 25 years. He served as a crewman in the Lifesaver Helicopter Rescue Service for 5 years and has trained hundreds of people in Australia and overseas in rescue techniques, CPR. First Aid and advanced care.  He has worked as a lifeguard trainer in South East Asia since 2001. In 2004 he helped establish the Phuket Life Guard Club and remains its patron. From 2011 – 2013 he worked with the Philippine Red Cross updating their Lifeguard training programs and creating a professional Red Cross Lifeguard service on the Island of Boracay. He regularly runs water safety and aquatic rescue training in Phuket and Bangkok and earlier this year he also visited Bali.

This summer, Mr. Field plans to increase the level of the Lifeguards and expand the successful Danang Beach Surf Life Saving Club's junior lifesaving program at Furama.

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