TheLEADER talks with Alma Resort’s general manager Herbert Laubichler-Pichler, an Austrian national who has 14 years' experience in Vietnam, to better understand the changes in the post Covid-19 tourism industry.
Alma, a 196-pavilion and 384-suite resort that commands 74 acres of beachfront, 14 sublime food and beverage outlets and a cascade of 12 beachfront swimming pools, will reopen in Vietnam’s new “it” destination on May 31 in the wake of Covid-19.
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh is soaring for the stars with Bangkok Airways emerging as the latest in a string of airlines to unveil a direct route to the pristine coastal destination.
One of Vietnam’s fastest growing beach resorts now has a brand-name golf course to support the area’s lofty tourism ambitions.
With its grand opening scheduled for late October this year, KN Golf Links Cam Ranh is ticking off a punch list of home-stretch necessities, including the launch of a new website that showcases everything golfers may want to know about the next Greg Norman-branded club in Vietnam.
Tourism ambitions along a fast-developing stretch of Vietnamese coastline will shift into high gear when a new terminal for international passengers is to be opened at Cam Ranh International Airport in the next few weeks.
After over seven years, Cam Ranh Golf Course and Ecological Villa project is still on paper.
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