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Vung Tau starts to build third five-star resort: Crown Land Long Hai

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Construction began yesterday of the third five-star resort in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

The Crown Land Long Hai ecological resort, which is being built by the provincial government at a cost of about VND400 billion (US$30 million), will cover 50,000 square meters of natural dunes, rocky mountains and beaches in Long Hai Town.

The vice chairman of the province's People's Committee, Ho Van Nien, said at the ground breaking ceremony that the resort project "promises a good year for the province's tourist industry."

The project will be part of a coastline tourism project comprising the province's tourist sites of Vung Tau, Long Hai, Ben Cat, Ho Tram, Ho Coc, Ho Linh and Binh Chau.

Located near the province's known attractions and historical relics, it attract many customers and help create more jobs for locals, he said.

The resort complex is expected to offer high-class entertainment and healthcare services, as also well-equipped facilities to hold international meetings and seminars.

Upon completion the resort will comprise 100 hotel rooms, 80 bungalows and 41 villas, all of which can accommodate around 500 guests at a time. Contractor Hong Quang Company will build the resort that it says has been designed in harmony with the surrounding mountainous terrain and historical sites nearby.

Long Hai already has several four-star resorts that receive thousands of Vietnamese and foreign customers every year.

The town is being developed into a national resort center, offering new services for visitors, new jobs for the town's residents and larger revenues for the local government.
 

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