Blessed with over 128km of coastline and the largest lagoon system in Southeast Asia, covering up to 22,000 hectares, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue is making the most of its natural strengths to develop sea-based tourism.
Laguna Lang Co Resort has just been named as one of the top four luxury resorts in Vietnam by Robb Report.
Laguna Lang Co, one of the most luxurious integrated resorts in Vietnam, has been honoured with Silver EarthCheck Certification for the third year in succession.
The central province of Thua Thien-Hue attracted 11 investment projects worth nearly VND2 trillion (US$87.5 million) in the first five months of 2018.
Laguna Lang Co, one of Asia’s largest integrated resorts with international hospitality operator Banyan Tree as its managing partner, has officially got a casino licence from the Vietnamese government, marking it the first casino license in recent 10 years in Vietnam.
Banyan Tree Holdings from Singapore, a leader in hotels, resorts, and luxury apartments in the Asia-Pacific region, has been granted an investment certificate to increase its total investment capital at Laguna Lang Co integrated resort to US$2 billion.
Once the casino project under Laguna Lang Co integrated complex is approved, the investor plans to develop and take the casino into operation by 2021 with 500 electronic gaming machines and 50 card shufflers. These figures will increase four times by 2029.
Union Gaming Securities Asia (Macau) estimates that if Vietnam has 30 casinos, it could earn US$1.2 billion in gross revenue.
The central coast region has huge potential for tourism with miles of glorious white beaches, a vast expanse of national parks and refined cuisine.
Laguna Lang Co, winner of the 2017 IAGTO golf resort of the year award, will be hosting its first-ever Faldo Series Asia Grand Final for young golfers from March 15-17.
Singaporean developer Banyan Tree Holdings intends to build six more hotels in the Laguna Lang Co resort complex over the next few years.
(VOV) - Many foreign runners from Japan, the US and the Philippines took part in the first 42 km Laguna Lang Co Marathon in central Thua Thien-Hue province on October 25.
Singaporean resort developer Banyan Tree Holdings is expecting to receive the Vietnamese government’s approval to open a casino at its existing Laguna Lang Co resort in the centre province of Thua Thien-Hue.