Chapman Taylor looks set to cash in on Vietnam’s tourism industry after plans for its Mui Dinh Eco-Resort have been approved by the Vietnamese government.
The ambitious project will consist of six resort hotels and a boutique hotel offering a jaw-dropping 7,000 rooms for guests to choose from. Alongside this, there will be 500 ocean-facing villas. Built on the beautiful eastern Vietnamese coast, the resort has been designed to reflect its surrounding environment of sand, sea, salt and sun.
Chapman Taylor’s Bangkok studio is responsible for the design of the 1,100,000m² masterplan for the one of a kind coastal resort. Director Oscar Martinez said: “We are delighted that the Vietnamese government has given its full support to our Masterplan and this ambitious and unique eco-development, which will transform this beautiful coastal area into a new exciting sustainable destination and give an economic boost to this region of eastern Vietnam.”
Architecturally, the resort has been inspired by the history of Mui Dinh, with Cham tribal culture influencing the architecture, alongside the lost world of the last dynasty.
On top of the vast amount of accommodation on offer, guests will be able to make the most of their stay by visiting the onsite theme park, casino, beach club and a mountain clubhouse.