Considered as Vietnam's most famous seaside resort-town, Nha Trang attracts foreign and local tourists alike, not only for its stunningly pristine beaches but also the urban atmosphere of a young tourist city.
The Residence is the place to find your own space. Just 12 villas available – choose from a range of floor plan designs all with 5 bedrooms and each with approximately 1,200 sqm of land and 36 m of beach frontage.
The villas are attached to one of Asia's premier 5 star resorts with full use of it's facilities, the villas rate as the ultimate in privately owned luxury available in Vietnam today.
(Apr 21, 2013) VietNamNet Bridge
The network of large roads, called the "fishbone network" spreading from Nguyen Tat Thanh Boulevard to the Bai Dai beach has been asphalted. The electricity grid, water supply and drainage and the greenery all have been developed in the preparation of the strong development of Cam Ranh in the near future. According to Do Huu Thiet, Deputy Director of the Khanh Hoa provincial Planning and Investment Department, the Cam Ranh peninsula’s northern part has been approved by the Prime Minister to become an area with high quality tourism centre, air transportation centre, national and international convention centre and shopping malls.
Since 2003, when the Cam Ranh peninsular development strategy was approved, the whole northern part of the peninsular, covering an area of 1,253 hectares, has been fully occupied with investment projects. Also according to Thiet, by the end of 2012, the local authorities had granted 32 projects to 33 domestic and foreign investors. It is expected that the projects, capitalized at VND19.329 trillion, would use 1,247 hectares of land.
In mid January 2013, Emirates NBD Bank PJSC from UAE, through a Swiss company and a Vietnamese partner, decided to put $200 million into the tourism, resort and hotel projects in Khanh Hoa. The group would implement the project on a resort and 6-star villas on an area of 19 hectares in the northern part of the Cam Ranh peninsula, estimated to cost $80 million.