Crystal Lagoons projects captivate Chinese media30 December, 2014 / News
With spectacular images taken from the projects at Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City – District One in Dubai, Citystars Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, San Alfonso del Mar and Las Brisas in Chile; La Jolla de Asia in Peru and Diamante Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, the Chinese publication One Plus News highlights these technological developments with Crystal Lagoons’ technology.
Considering them as truly “idyllic paradises around the world”, the important publication states that the Citystars Sharm El Sheikh project, with its 12.5 hectare lagoon will surpass the lagoon at San Alfonso del Mar as the world’s biggest one. Likewise, the 40-hectare crystalline lagoon that the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City – District One complex will have, when finished by 2020 it will become the world’s biggest crystalline lagoon.
In addition, One Plus News from China underlines that each Crystal Lagoons’ project with turquoise crystalline water lagoons include dream white sand and palm trees beaches, generating real paradises.
Thanks to the mainstream Crystal Lagoons technology, the innovation multinational has developed extreme luxury projects, such as Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, Mahasamutr in Thailand, Diamante Cabo San Lucas in Mexico or La Jolla de Asia in Peru and also, in medium and low segments in a wide variety of countries.
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