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.
L’Alyana Senses World is poised to elevate tourism in Phu Quoc island to a new height.
BIM Land now get up to $137 million in financing from IFC and Credit Suisse.
Hong Kong-listed Suncity Group Holdings Limited has announced that the first phase of the Hoiana project, a resort featuring a casino, hotel and golf course, is anticipated to complete no later than the first quarter of next year.
After being neglected for decades, Ba Na has now become one of the country's tourism hubs, attracting millions of visitors each year.
Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort, a 152-room and 61-villa five-star property poised on a beach within easy reach of Ho Chi Minh City, will celebrate its grand opening in April.
Crystal Bay plans to set up a large-scale hotels and resorts project in Ninh Thuan province which has capacity of up to 10,000 rooms and can serve 1.5 million travelers each year.
Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc, a 514-room property overlooking the northern stretch of Vietnam’s most compelling beach, Bai Dai, is opening its doors on August 15, as part of an unprecedented integrated resort on the nation's biggest island.
A series of resort property projects that FLC Group has been developing will enable Bamboo Airways to become more competitive in Vietnam's rapidly growing aviation market.
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