Mui Tan artificial island – highly feasible project

21 Oct
VNREThat is result also confirmed by many scientists, advisory board at the international scientific conference held on the morning of 15/10/2010 in Quy Nhon city about the idea to built Mui Tan artificial island – second artificial island in Vietnam, after the Flamboyant island – Hai Phong. The conference was held by HBC Investment and Services Corporation (owner), attracting over 200 delegates are professors, doctors, scientists and key leaders of Binh Dinh province.
Agreed with the comments of Mrs.Nguyen Thi Kim Cuc – Chairman of HBC Investment and Service Corporation, many delegates said that the planned construction of Mui Tan artificial island is not only to create an attractive tourist destination to attract domestic and foreign tourists, but also exploit the tourism potential of the Phuong Mai Peninsula and connect with Hai Giang tourist area of Nhon Hoi Economic Zone.

Many critical discussion of scientists praised the idea of investors and agreed on basic research results of the design consultant.

Research results were presented at the Conference by Royal Haskoning Consulting (UK) performed. According to the conclusions of Royal Haskoning, the construction of Mui Tan artificial islands does not affect the international shipping channel into the Qui Nhon Port; or flood drainage capacity of the Thi Nai lagoon…

Mui Tan artificial island is one in two zone in the Mui Tan – Tran Hung Dao statue tourist resort project. Zone A includes an oasis in the sea with full international quality services, parking lots and other support services. A modern carina meet and see tourists off to visit neighbouring tourist areas like the Hai Giang Beach Resort, Life Resort… and especially take you to the Zone B, at the end of the Phuong Mai mountain where is invested on an area of 5ha, including bungalows, festival square, a souvenir house, the St-Tran temple, artificial waterfall,… Total investment is estimated at US $130 million.

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