Dragon Park in Son Tra District

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The Da Nang Department of Construction has announced that a Dragon Park with an area of ​​2.8 hectares will be constructed in the Son Tra district. The park will serve as a new tourist check-in point. It will be accompanied by well-designed public utility services such as restrooms, food stalls, photo-taking and printing service stalls, and an outdoor art performance stage to serve residents and tourists.

In this regard, the Department of Construction has been assigned by the Da Nang City People’s Committee to preside and coordinate with MoNo BoGo Vietnam Co., Ltd. (socialized investor), Consulting Co., Ltd. and Minh Tuan Tu Construction (project contractor) to develop a plan to gather all dragon mascots for Tet decorations and some flower-decorated miniatures at the area located northwest of Vo Van Kiet street and Vo Nguyen Giap street intersection.

All dragon mascots decorated for Tet and some flower-decorated miniatures will be gathered to build Dragon Park. Relevant units and socialized enterprises that wish to accompany the city to invest in decorating Dragon Park and organize the operation and maintenance of construction items at the park throughout 2024 will be coordinated.

The Construction Technical Consulting Center is preparing a preliminary design plan for the temporary construction of Dragon Park at the land, as mentioned earlier. The plan aims to ensure landscape architecture requirements and create a new tourist check-in point accompanied by essential public utility services to serve people and tourists who come to visit and enjoy.

City leaders have also agreed to maintain the Dragon statue of the Ly Dynasty in the area on the T-shaped bridge (opposite 42 Bach Dang) until the end of 2024 or until a suitable location is chosen for permanent display.

The 2024 Tet decoration project in the city will feature various dragon mascot images. The Tet Flower Street will be open for people and tourists to visit and enjoy from February 7 to February 24, 2024). The Department of Construction has previously coordinated with the Department of Education and Training to advise city leaders on the policy of donating and installing mascot statues to decorate Tet for kindergartens in the area. However, this year, the dragon mascots are giant, and their images are too majestic, making them difficult to arrange at school locations.

According to danang.gov.vn

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