Vietnamese developer BIM Group opened late last week model villas of Regent Residences Phu Quoc — the first six-star resort project in the island.
Regent was founded in 1970 by hotel industry legend Robert H Burns and recognised internationally following the debut of the Regent Hong Kong in 1980.
Vietnamese property developer BIM Group is co-operating with Asian-based global hospitality group Regent Hotels & Resorts to develop the first six-star resort on Phú Quốc Island.
The Việt Nam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) yesterday proposed not to increase the regional minimum wage next year.
A special statue, of an Amitabha, has been popular since it was declared a national treasure. It is one of only five of the future Buddha that can still be seen today.
Every year at the end of July in Lunar calendar, locals of the capital’s Tạm Thương Alley held a festival to honour Queen Mother Ỷ Lan.
This year marks the 900th anniversary of the Chương Sơn Tower built on top of a mountain of the same name in Nam Định Province.
Sierra Leone's president issued a desperate appeal for help, a day after flooding ravaged the country's capital, killing more than 300 people and leaving hundreds more missing.
Việt Nam’s business climate is anticipated to improve in the second half of 2017, but economic growth will be at 6.5 per cent, falling short of the Government’s target.
Regent Hotels & Resorts signed a management agreement with Vietnamese property developer BIM Group on Friday in Hà Nội to manage Regent Phu Quoc - a luxury resort and residential development on Phú Quốc Island.