Crystal Lagoons Revolutionizes South East Asia’s Tourism22 February, 2016 / News
Crystal Lagoons, the innovation multinational that developed the patented technology that enables the construction and operation of man-made bodies of water of unlimited size and in a crystalline state, is revolutionizing the important tourism sector in South East Asia with its first two mayor projects in the region.
Business news and information publisher, Mid East Information, recently ran a feature on Crystal Lagoons’ arrival to South East Asia that said the multinational is winning a new legion of Asian water sports enthusiasts, with news that its first two South-East Asia projects are now both up-and-running.
“The Indonesian island of Bintan was the first destination to unveil a hi-tech lagoon with a 6.3-hectare project, the centerpiece of phase one of the decade-long US$3 billion Treasure Bay Bintan tourism development”, published Mid East Information.
“The company’s second recently completed South-East Asia project is the seven-hectare MahaSamutr development. Located in Thailand’s upmarket Hua Hin resort in the south of the country, the lagoon is the focal point of this luxury real estate project being developed by leading local real estate company PACE Development“, the report added.
Crystal Lagoons has also announced two further projects in Asia, located in India and Malaysia, boosting its already impressive global portfolio of 300 projects spread across 60 countries. It also holds two Guinness World Records’ titles with high profile locations in San Alfonso del Mar, Chile and Sharm El Sheik, Egypt, which is currently the world’s largest lagoon at 12.5 hectares.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.