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Thừa Thiên-Huế okays marine ecological tourist complex

Update: February, 08/2019 - 11:37
A view of Lăng Cô Bay in Thừa Thiên-Huế. — VNA Photo
Viet Nam News

THỪA THIÊN-HUẾ — The central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế has given nod to the construction of a marine ecological tourist complex in Hải Dương Commune, Hương Trà Township. 

Lying on a site of nearly 134ha, the complex will be built at a total cost of over VNĐ2.1 trillion (US$91.3 million) by the Hải Dương Huế Investment JSC. 

The complex comprises of three sections, with the S1 section designed for mid-end tourist services on about 56.5ha, which houses a four-star hotel and condotel, bungalows and villas, completed with a swimming pool, bar, spa, club house. The S2 area offers high-end services, featuring a five-star hotel and condotel, bungalows and villas, a swimming pool, restaurants and an international convention hall. 

The 30ha S3 section is reserved for ecological tourist purposes, also featuring bungalows and villas, a spa and swimming pool, restaurants, and a club house. 

Construction on the S1 section is due to start in September 2019 and be completed in January 2022 while the S2 and S3 will be finished in June 2023. 

With a coastline of over 128km and more than 22,000ha of lagoons – the largest in Southeast Asia, Thừa Thiên-Huế has chosen to strongly develop marine and lagoon tourism, especially ecological tourism in Chân Mây-Lăng Cô and Tam Giang-Cầu Hai lagoon. 

Apart from the upgrade of Chân Mây Port, the province has embarked on other coastal projects in Tư Hiền and Lộc Bình beaches. — VNS


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