New train coach to offer luxury services in central region from July

Update: 17:42 | 17/05/2020
Global hotel management company Minor Hotels has collaborated with the State-owned Vietnam Railways Corporation to attach Vietage, a 12-seater luxury coach, to the daily train between Da Nang and Quy Nhon cities starting in early July.
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The inside of Vietage, a 12-seater train coach that will be added to the daily return service between Da Nang and Quy Nhon cities in early July. (Photo: Minor Hotels)

The train leaves from Da Nang every morning on a six-hour journey to Dieu Tri and returns in the evening.

The opulent custom-designed carriage will offer a full range of services, including a restaurant, a bar and head and shoulder massage.

More information will be up soon at thevietage.com.

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(Source: VNA)