Vietnam's longest lantern road to be launched in Da Nang

Thousands of lanterns which is expected to set a new record in Vietnam as the longest lantern road ever made in the country will be officially launched in Asia Park in the central coastal city of Da Nang on August 29.

Around 100 talent artisans of Hoi An City of the central province of Quang Nam have hardly worked during the month to finish thousands of large and small lanterns for the event.

The path with a total length of up to thousands meters promises to give viewers a special Ram Thang Bay (seventh lunar month's full moon day) and Tet Trung Thu (Mid-Autumn festival) not seen in Da Nang.

The light work encompasses 4 key combinations: Central area, Japanese Area , Indonesian Area and Singaporean zone.
The Central area features a giant dome by hundreds of paper lanterns in traditional bamboo frame. The special thing is that there will be many mascots, famous cartoon characters in the world … appearing in the form of lanterns bring joy, fun for the kids.

Japanese Area is decorated with hundreds of lanterns featuring Japanese culture, especially the CARP lantern which symbolizes the strong, a leader of men. the dome from Chouchin traditional Lantern-Japan with 6 present are written onto the chōchin (a kind of ancient Japanese word).

On the occasion Asia Park has officially launched 5 most appealing games outdoors. That’s Firefllies Forest: you’ll be lifted up high by strong axis arm 3. Kabuki Truck do you revolve round the positive dimensional round the clock and up to high by the crane arm wing firmly in United Kingdom. Ninja Flyer turn players into Ninja incarnation revolves round, wavy on-air as the Ninja of Japan. Garuda Valley rail up to .25 km along the bends sideways along the altitude changes will take flight as Tazan players to explore the forest on top of the mountain.Coaster designed by the 360 degree circular coils, large rail length will provide thrills and excitement when the ensuing from a height of 33 m and then poured down with the speed of 75km/h

By Thi Ngoc – Compiled by Kim Khanh

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