Danang And Hoi An To Host Hot-Air Balloon Festival

Danang City and Hoi An Ancient Town are going to hold a fascinating hot-air balloon festival on Saturday, March 27th alongside the welcoming of the first international flights to the city post-Covid-19 pandemic after two years of closure. 

The festival will be held as a part of the city's celebration event to inbound tourism and aviation resumption. 17 colorful hot-air balloons in different sizes will fly over the APEC Sculpture Garden on Bach Dang Street, Danang City. On the same day, the city will welcome the first international flights from Singapore and Thailand to Danang International Airport.

In Hoi An, the first hot-air balloon will also be taken place from Friday to Sunday (March 26 - 28th). 17 hot-air balloons are displayed on the banks of the Hoai River. This event is a part of a wide range of events to boost national tourism.

The event will be held in Hoi An  March 26-28 - Photo: @jadeofart89

On March 15th, Vietnam officially reopened international tourism and resumed visa exemption for 13 countries.


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