The project is expected to help the province utilise its strengths and potential for tourism development
In Vietnam, the People’s Committee of the south-central coastal province of Bình Định has favoured and approved the proposal of a project in developing the Diêm Vân urban and eco-tourism area in Tuy Phước District, reported Viet Nam News.
The project is estimated to cost approximately VND5 trillion (USD217.5 million), with the investment of a joint venture between the Bình Định Tourism JSC, the Silk Path Hotel Co Ltd, and the Xuân Cầu Co Ltd.
The development consists of a modern urban and eco-tourism complex with all-inclusive architecture.
Technical and social infrastructure will be constructed on an area of 130 hectares in Phước Thuận commune, along with local urban and housing development programmes advocated by local authorities.
The project is anticipated to aid Bình Định to make use of its potential and strengths for tourism improvement and development.
Its completion is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2025.
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