B8 subdivision of the Heritage Road Project in the planned Van Don district where Vietnam’s Quang Ninh Provincial People’s Committee has approved this project that covers an area of 109.63 hectares in the Ha Long area. Bordered by the central core of the Van Don Harbor City to the southwest, Bai Tu Long Bay in the southeast, and the Ha Long resort project to the northeast once completed, the mega-development will serve 22,500 people, including 17,390 visitors and 5,126 staff members. According to the master plan, zone B8 of the development will include 156 villas facing the sea, 35 villas on the sea’s edge, 38 villas on the water; a three-tower hotel complex, including two 18-story hotels with more than 1,735 rooms and a 42-story hotel with 1,234 rooms; and a 43-story conference resort with 1,243 rooms. It also plans to include the shopping center, guest services, and tourist attractions such as a sea club, water sports club, marina and boat club, wedding center, inland water park, public greenery and a public beach.
The mega-development in this sector would be the 88-story iconic tower complex, which would contain 3,061 hotel rooms on a total area of more than 3,300 hectares, including seven subdivisions on the mountain and the island. The project is divided into nine functional areas: Hai Van, an ‘ocean theme’ resort; Ky Van, a high-end residential area; Lam Van, an ecological zone; Van Uyen, a hilltop village; Van Hac, a hilltop golf; Van Tinh, a ‘Spiritual Tourism Area’; Lac Van, consisting of high mountain slopes; and Van Cang, a coastal resort. Quang Ninh Provincial People’s Committee has just approved the B8 subdivision of the heritage road project in Van Don future economic zone. The project covers an area of 109.63 ha, located in Ha Long area, southwest of Son Son project Van Don Harbor City, in the southeast by Bai Tu Long Bay, in the North East adjacent to the project resort Ha Long.
Noteworthy, the highlight of the project is the 88-story iconic tower complex, measuring 3,061 rooms. This is also the highest planning area in the project; the density of construction and the height of the mixed projects are planned low to the sea. The heritage path not only contributes to economic development but is also used for rescue and protection purposes and for defense purposes when necessary.
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