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Discounted Rate: *HKD 13,000
Spaces are limited. There will be no refund for cancellations but substitutions will be accepted.
There are two options available as follows:
Starting: Friday 24 May 2019, at 2 p.m.
Ending: Sunday 26 May 2019, at 2 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort and Spa
5 Truong Sa Street,
Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District,
Da Nang, Vietnam
Tel. +84 236 398 1234
A Vietnam tourist visa is required for almost all foreigners wishing to visa Vietnam. Please check with your travel agent whether a visa is required. Nationals of certain countries may visit Vietnam without a visa (https://www.myvietnamvisa.com/vietnam-visa-exemption.html).
The time to process a Vietnam tourist visa application is normally 2 working days. A Vietnam travel visa can be applied for no earlier than 6 months prior to the date of departure.
Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort and Spa is situated on a tranquil stretch of white sandy beach, at the gateway to the vibrant city of Da Nang. The Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort and Spa is an ideal base to explore Central Vietnam.
Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort and Spa is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Da Nang International Airport, 30 minutes from Hoi An.
Guests can take a taxi from the airport or arrange an airport transfer with the resort from VND1,200,000 per trip (subject to a 5% service charge and 10% VAT). Please contact the resort's concierge team at least 12 hours prior to arrival or departure. For reservations, please call +84 236 398 1234 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The most popular and reliable taxi companies are Mai Linh (+84 511 356 5656), Taxi Xanh (+84 511 368 6868), and Vinasun (+84 511 368 6868). All taxis are fitted with metres, with the starting price at VND 12,000 and VND 15,000 for every subsequent kilometre. The drivers also have a fairly good command of English, and there's also a helpline number stated on the passenger door should you require further assistance.
ASA - Swiss Arbitration Association
The Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA), together with ASA Below 40, has over 1'200 members, practitioners and academics engaged and/or interested in domestic and international arbitration, from Switzerland and abroad. ASA contributes to the development of arbitration law and practice through regular conferences and workshops, including this unique annual Arbitration Practice Seminar; ASA Local Group meetings; ASA below 40 events for young practitioners, and the publication of the ASA Bulletin, a renowned arbitration quarterly, and of the ASA Special Series. For more information, see www.arbitration-ch.org.
HKIAC - Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
Founded in 1985, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is one of Asia's oldest and most prestigious international arbitration institutions, offering efficient and cost effective arbitration administration services, in addition to mediation, adjudication and domain name dispute resolution. According to Global Arbitration Review, "No regional institution has been running so successfully for so long." With its multinational and multilingual Secretariat consisting of lawyers from around the world and a Panel Arbitrators comprised of leading arbitration experts with wide ranging expertise and experience from over 40 jurisdictions, HKIAC is Asia's premier arbitration institution. The pre-eminence of HKIAC as a venue for resolving international and domestic disputes is bolstered by its spacious state-of-the-art hearing facilities in central Hong Kong and is reflected in its diverse caseload. For more information, see www.hkiac.org.
Michael E. Schneider, LALIVE, ASA Honorary President
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