An international kite competition will be held on the beach area at the Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort and Spa on May 19.
Illustrative image. (Photo: Internet)
The annual one-day competition is expected to attract foreign and Vietnamese participants from provinces and cities nationwide, according to the event's organising committee.
The winner will be awarded VND10 million (US$476), while second and third places have an award of VND5 million ($238) and VND3 million ($143), respectively.
The Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort also announced its summer promotion programme running during the kite competition. Tourists who book a four-night stay at the resort during the period between May 3 to October 31 will get one night free.
* Vinpearl to host Asian food promotion
The Da Nang-based Vinpearl Luxury restaurant will host an Asian food promotion from April 23 to 30.
During this time, the restaurant will cater daily and nightly buffets with various traditional delicacies from Viet Nam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, India, China and Japan.
Chef Halim from Malaysia will impress gourmets with dishes such as Nasi Briyani, Penang Laksa, Prawn Percik and Pasembur at the restaurant on Truong Sa Street, Da Nang City.
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