A number of high-profile tourism and ecotourism projects have transformed some of the country’s most famous tourism destinations. As a result, many local people, who previously struggled to make ends met, are also thriving. Madam Dưỡng The steady rise of Đà Nẵng Twenty years ago, the Hàn River, which runs through the heart of Đà Nẵng, separated the rich from the poor. The city’s ramshackle neighbourhoods were clearly visible along the eastern riverbank, where Mrs. Lai runs her hugely popular Bánh Xèo Bà Dưỡng (Madam Dưỡng’s Bánh Xèo). “In 1980s and 1990s, there was nothing much to do in Đà Nẵng. Even at the turn of the century, the greatest joy for many residents was to cross the bridge over the Hàn river. On weekends, some families would go for a picnic to the top of Ba Na Mountain by the some old ruined French villas, but I never went there. I was too busy trying to scrape a living,” said Mrs. Lai. In those days, Đà Nẵng was a small city with a sleepy disposition. But since 2007, hundreds of infrastructure and urban development projects have been implemented in the city centre, giving the east side of the… Read full this story
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