A tourism real estate project featuring old quarters in Hanoi and Hoi An cities will take shape in Ha Long City next year.
SYRENA Vietnam under BIM Group has just launched a tourism real estate project named Little Vietnam in Quang Ninh Province’s Ha Long City.
An overview of Little Vietnam project
The project will feature old quarters in Hanoi and Hoi An cities in both designs and space. It is expected to be a spotlight in terms of architecture and tourism in Ha Long City.
The urban area covering 3.3 hectares nearby the Ha Long Bay is part of a bigger project named Halong Marina, which is considered the most modern tourism property complex in Quang Ninh Province, connecting Bai Chay tourism site with Tuan Chau tourism site.
Little Vietnam will encompass 109 apartments, each of which would has two front sides; one street will be designed for walking and another for business. The business street will mimic the design of old quarters in Hanoi and Hoi An City with each street featuring one business sphere.
Doan Quoc Huy, SYRENA Vietnam’s deputy general director, said, “Vietnam boasts a lot of landscapes, so I want to not only do business but also preserve and uphold Vietnamese traditional cultural values.”
According to Huy, each apartment would have acreage of from 76 to 155 square metres and have 3.5 stories. The project is expected to be completed in September 2015.