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Furama Ariyana Tourism Complex is now represented by Black Turtle in India

 

Furama Ariyana Tourism Complex, a luxury resort in Danang, Vietnam, has partnered with Black Turtle, a hospitality representation company in India.

This alliance aims to promote Furama Danang’s offerings, including its facilities, event spaces, and services to the Indian market.

Furama Resort Danang is located directly on Danang Beach and within easy reach of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Sanctuary, and the Complex of Huế Monuments.

Prabhakar Singh (Parker), Director of Sales and Marketing, Furama Ariyana Tourism Complex, said, “Furama Danang’s 196 rooms, 67 villas, and Vietnam’s largest oceanfront space bring your Indian vision to life, crafting events that linger in the memory long after the last wave retreats.”

“We anticipate this partnership to foster cultural exchange and understanding, allowing Indian travelers to discover the beauty and hospitality of Vietnam. By combining our expertise, we unlock a gateway to Vietnam’s hidden treasures. Experience the epitome of luxury, where Vietnamese charm dances with world-class service, creating a seamless symphony of unforgettable moments.”, he added.

Karishma Kazi, Founder and CEO, Black Turtle said, “2024’s been full of surprises, and this whirlwind trip left me speechless.”

Buzzing with enthusiasm, Karishma continued, “Black Turtle’s partnership with Furama Danang opens doors for discerning travelers seeking unparalleled luxury and authentic Vietnamese encounters.”

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