August and September are usually the months when baby red-shanked douc langurs are born, so the new bridges have been completed at a crucial time. More bridges are being planned in future.
“At InterContinental Danang, we understand that we have a responsibility to preserve the precious ecosystems of the Son Tra Peninsula. One of the best ways to help protect the red-shanked douc langurs is to keep their migration routes open. Our monkey bridges act like aerial highways, letting them live, feed and breed in complete peace and safety. The bridges are not only used by red-shanked douc langurs, however; other native species such as macaques, squirrels and even civets have been seen using them, which shows how beneficial they are to our wildlife,” commented Seif Hamdy, General Manager, InterContinental Danang.
CSR is now at the top of the agenda for many businesses, and corporate groups can take part in important conservation projects such as monkey bridge construction – a wonderful way of creating closer bonds between team members and having a positive impact on the planet.
Spanning 39 hectares of pristine forest across four levels – Heaven, Sky, Earth and Sea – InterContinental Danang is a haven of tranquility and was recently named as the best hotel in Vietnam for the second consecutive year in the DestinAsian Readers’ Choice Awards.
For more information and reservations, please call +84 236 393 8888, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.danang.intercontinental.com.