Chapman Taylor gets the greenlight in Vietnam

Nick Myall
Tuesday 06 Feb 2018

Mui Dinh Ecopark masterplan wins Vietnamese government approval

Chapman Taylor's masterplan design for the Mui Dinh Eco-Resort in Vietnam has received approval from the Vietnamese government.

Set on a remarkable site on the east coast of Vietnam this beautiful site blends the local Cham cultural heritage with the rich natural ecosystem to become one of the largest and most prominent hospitality & leisure developments in Asia, with the aim to be a landmark sustainable destination that encapsulates the rich and vibrant local history of Mui Dinh. The site is home to some of the most unique landmarks in central Vietnam. Rolling sand dunes, rocky hills, natural coves, desert oasis and white sand beaches.

Six resort hotels and a boutique hotel provide a total of 7,000 rooms. 500 ocean-facing villas are also available, with all residents served by a leisure offering including an Ecopark, a theme park, a casino, a beach club and a mountain clubhouse.

Chapman Taylor’s Bangkok studio is responsible for the design masterplan for this striking 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.”

Nick Myall
News editor

The WAN Awards Future Projects category is now open for entries 

Click here for more details  or email wanawards@haymarket.com


Key Facts:


Want to submit your project to World Architecture News?

Contact The Team