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“Danang, Vietnam to Open First VR Light Park”

Vietnam is set to experience a surge in tourism with the construction of its first ever Virtual Reality (VR) Light Park.

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Vietnam is set to have its first virtual reality (VR) light park in the beach city of Danang, offering tourists to the coastal city a whole new range of entertainment options. This state-of-the-art VR light park is sure to take visitors to a whole new level of experience, with its stunning light displays, creative and interactive activities and an array of exciting rides.

This unique VR park is expected to be a major draw for tourists, who can explore and experience a variety of virtual reality experiences. Visitors can expect to be taken on a journey of discovery as they are immersed in the world of VR with its realistic visuals, sounds and effects. The park will also feature a wide range of thrilling rides, such as a roller coaster, a shooting game, and a sky-diving simulator.

The park is sure to be a hit with both locals and tourists alike, providing a fun and exciting way to explore the city. With its modern technology, vibrant atmosphere and exhilarating rides, the VR light park is sure to become one of the most popular attractions in Danang. Visitors of all ages can look forward to a unique and unforgettable experience.

It’s a project that is being cooperated by Ben Thanh – Non Nuoc Tourism Joint Stock Company and two South Korean partners.

 Local tourists attended a lighting festival in the southern city of Cantho in 2019. Photo: baocaotho.com.vn

Under the signing ceremony held on May 23, the park will be constructed in the 60,000m2 pine forest of a tourist area in Ngu Hanh Son District, using virtual reality (VR) technology from South Korea’s Newton Technologies Co., Ltd.

It’s expected that a modern digital tourism product will be provided, featuring light shows that combine the physical and virtual worlds with lighting, animation, and video.

According to Nguyen Xuan Binh, Deputy Director of the Danang Tourism Department, this new tourism product is highly promising and will help Danang attract more visitors. “The project will make a huge contribution to creating more attractive and technologically-advanced tourism products,” he said.

“The VR Light Park is expected to provide a unique and immersive entertainment experience for tourists,” he added.

Nguyen Ngoc Tung, a representative of a renowned tourist site, declared that Danang is a highly sought-after destination for travelers due to its vast array of tourist attractions. However, the VR Light Park will be a completely new experience for visitors. This park promises to provide something unique and quite different from the traditional tourist sites.

Kim Woon Tae, the Director of the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) in Danang, expressed his optimism about the project’s potential and possible cooperation between the two countries’ businesses. He highlighted the opportunities that this initiative could bring about for both nations. “I firmly believe that this project can bring about a great deal of benefits for both countries,” he said. “It is my sincere hope that businesses from both countries will find areas of cooperation and work together to make the most of the opportunities presented by this project.”